I cant play brood war in my new pc, In my old win95/32RAM/Pentium100/video4/pc had no problem installing and playing starcraft
and brood war.
I buy a new win98/128RAM/Celeron500/video8/pc and I can install and play starcraft, then I install broodwar without problem, but when I try to play an error message appers saying that could not find a file and the bw cd may not be in, but it is.
I know that the cd is ok because I installed in another computer and worked, any idea?
It is not Windows. Period. Try enabling DMA in the Control Panel -> System -> Devices -> CDROM and restart your computer. Did it accept your key? What is the exact message you get when you start BroodWars? Does Starcraft work fine?
I've already tried enabling DMA, that was the only thing that I founded in the blizzard page and also enable sincroinize data transfer, but didnt work.
And I dont have the exact message here but it is simple: "a file wasnt found and de bw cd may no be in, make sure the cd is in and bla bla bla."
The starcraft works fine, I've tried to load the game whit the starcraft cd, get in and the screen asking if I want to play sc or bw appears, I insert the brood war cd, choose play bw and a message saying insert bw cd appears.
Are you saying you use the Starcraft CD in the CDrom and when it gets to the choice of play SC or BW, you remove the CD and put in the BW CD and continue? If you installed both to your hard drive (C:Windows/ProgramFiles/) then you can just put the BW CD in the CDrom from the start unless you are going to run original SC. Maybe switching the CD's is causing it to think there is nothing in the CDrom.
[This message has been edited by ghouldini (edited 09-04-2000).]
No, that was my second choice, the original error message that I post was from windows, and after many tries and possibly solutions that failed I tried to run it that way whit the sc cd and then switching the cds when the game ask to play sc or bw. If I chosse sc I can play with the sc cd, but if switch cds and chosse bw the message is "insert the bw cd" and its in.