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    Anyone else have the Trymedia version? I can't get the thing to complete installation on XP to save my life.
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    Anyone else have the Trymedia version? I can't get the thing to complete installation on XP to save my life.
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    Are you trying to install Myst Uru: The Path of the Shell? If so, you should be posting in the Uru Technical Help & Advice Forum.

    If it's Exile, where did you find a downloadable version?
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    Here's the link.

    Trymedia published games are pretty cool, this is the only one I've had a problem with. It's also where I got Deus Ex.

    I haven't even heard of Uru (unless it's part 4)... I had the first two as a kid and thought I'd pick up where I left off.
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    How 'bout that! I didn't realize they offered Exile.

    Uru is a Myst subset featuring the discovery of the lost D'ni civilization. The following versions have been released:
    -- Original Uru: Ages Beyond Myst
    -- To D'ni, first Expansion Pack
    -- Path of the Shell or PotS, second Expansion Pack
    -- Complete Chronicles (two CD's containing original Uru: ABM and To D'ni + PotS)

    Myst IV Revelation was released in September 2004.

    Myst V: End of Ages (the final installment of the Myst saga) is currently in beta testing and is scheduled for release in Fall 2005.

    Now back to your Exile problem. Questions:

    1. With a download that size, it's possible there's a file error of some sort. Did you use a "download accelerator" utility? Was the download interrupted at any point?

    2. What happens when you try to install? If you get error messages, exactly what are they?

    3. Have you used the Event Viewer to help with problem definition? If not, refer to:
    -- How To View and Manage Event Logs in Event Viewer in Windows XP
    -- Detailed Usage of the Event Viewer /AUXSOURCE Switch Option

    Examples of using the Event Viewer:
    -- CD drive or DVD drive errors may cause unexpected program crash in Windows XP
    -- How to troubleshoot CD-ROM drive problems in Windows XP
    -- How to Troubleshoot Hardware and Software Driver Problems in Windows XP
    -- You receive a Stop 0x00000050 error on a blue screen

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