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Constructor by Acclaim doesn't work

Posted on 2003-12-05
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I have downloaded the cd patch to make constructor run on windows XP but every time i start it up it says
"The instruction at 00460a35 reference memory at 010e2030. The memory could not be read from."
I have tried downloading the patch many times but it doesn't work. What should i do?
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Wakeup earned 34 total points
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You may need to try to update the video card drivers?  
Could also possibly be bad ram?  How much ram do you have?  and do you have more than one stick of ram?  
If you have more than one ram stick, try running it on one stick rather than 2 or more....

Some tips to look for:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Miscellaneous/Games/Win95_Games/Q_20617699.html
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Try to set program options to fullscreen instead windowed mode. It helped me in W2K with Heroes 2.
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by:Wojciech Duda
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Things to try:

1. Go to www.acclaim.com/games/constructor and download the European Constructor patch.
2. Install Constructor as usual.
3. Unzip the European Constructor patch and now you just follow the steps that are in the file README.TXT.

NOTE: if you`re using MS XP, do not forget to run the compatibility mode for Win95 on the European Constructor Patch Setup.

Also read:

http://www.acclaim.com/support/games/constructor_PC.html
http://www.acclaim.com/games/constructor/downloads.html
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split?
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Nobody answered my question, so noone deserve the points
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