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Posted on 1998-07-20
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Could U please tell how can i install this ****ing game... i have try to install it hundred of times. And i still can't get it work.....

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this software prompt me to make a folder name " C:\MPS\CIV2 " then copy the CIV2.EXE into that particular folder. so i did and the installation when find....( is that correct ?? )

Q2.
so after that, when i try to run the #@&* program it give me this ****ing error -" Cannot find SMEDSNET.DLL. Windows needs this file to run C:\MPS\CIV2\CIV2.EXE "

please help me here ..... OK ? am i installing it the right way... zzZZZ
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From Win95?  Click on the Start Menu and select RUN.  Type D:\setup. Hit enter. Just hit OK on every diaglog box, until setup is finished.
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Wait....are you sure this can be run under NT? Or are you loading this in 95? If so you posted the question to the wrong section.
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i have installed it but i still can get it run... there is no icon to run that #@&* civilization game.

when i try to run civ2.exe in the c:\mps\civ2 folder.

it still give that same ****ing error message - Cannot find SMEDSNET.DLL. Windows needs this file to run C:\MPS\CIV2\CIV2.EXE " 

please help me out here okay ??
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