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Myra Sands
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Icon 2001-11-07 07:33:20

Hi!

Question: I have problems starting the Lego Creator on Windows XP. Whenever i start the game, I got a popup-box
"not supported under Windows NT"

This is true, if I try the compatibility mode.

What can I do?


Myra

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JBrave715
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Icon 2001-11-07 12:28:18

Call the publisher or developers and ***** at them for doing such an idiotic thing. All you can hope is they release a patch to address their idiotic actions.

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Gambler FEX online
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Icon 2001-11-10 04:52:54

Couldnt have said it better myself.

What about "run in compatibility mode"?

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Myra Sands
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Icon 2001-11-10 04:57:56

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Couldnt have said it better myself.

What about "run in compatibility mode"? "



:mad: Sorry. No chance. There are no differences in running in compatibility mode or not.

Myra

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russ
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Icon 2001-12-29 23:11:38

Any luck with this yet?

Compatibility mode does not work for me either. I also e-mailed Lego. They were no help - just said that Lego Creator was not supported for XP, but I should try compatibility mode.

Thanks,
Russ

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Myra Sands
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Icon 2001-12-30 07:26:49

Hi!

No, sorry. It doesn't work at all.
I suppose, the program would work as well as Lego Island, which should not run at Win NT/2000/XP either. But the Creator has a very unlucky detection of the OS. Whet it detects the 'NT' it breaks off.

I am very sorry, Lego doesn't provides a patch. I don't think it would be a problem. Just removing the detection would help.


Myra

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Deesse
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And how would you remove the detection? I got the game when it just came out and I hardly ever played it because the computers were slower back then. But now I felt like playing it and now I can't play it. I am not going to install Windows 95 'cos then I can't play other, newer games. Isn't there a solution? Those LEGO people should really make a patch. It cost me a lot of money back then.

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Miguel Sanchez
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Icon 2005-03-27 05:26:44

i just installed the VMware trial which for thoose of you that dont know is a program with allows you to install an os within the program and it allocates it mem and harddisk space, so it fuctions as a completly independent os, anyway, i simple install win98 in VMware and installed lego creator onto that, now im enjoying all the lego glory.

pityy this VMware wants me to pay for it soon

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