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Hello everybody,until last week my PIC767 was working prefectly. Than I have notice small problem with main panel, and thus decided to un-install and re-install PIC. However the problem remainded. Then I have decided to un-install and re-install my FS2000. That is where the problem arose. I can not pass 81% of instalation. It states that some "E:scenedb...." can not be instaled and that I should check the CD. I cleaned CD and still nothing is working. I can not get over 81 %. I have done this few times before, and never get this problem. Now I am lost. Please, if anybody can help me solve me the problem. With the best regards,Andrej Lippay

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Are you installing FS2000 or FS2002? If you have two CD drives, try installing from the second vice the first. If you don't have two CD drives, try changing the parameters for the CD drive and reload FS200X.In Win98, open device manager, click the "+" by CDROM, double-click the CD drive, select the settings tab, click the DMA setting, i.e., if ON turn OFF or vice versa, click OK, ignore warning, restart your computer. Once restarted, try reloading FS200X. If not successful, reset the DMA setting to the original setting.In WinXP, open device manager, click the "+" by DVD/CD-ROM drives, double click the CD drive, read the location information, e.g., 0(0), 0(1), 1(0), 1(1), close this box, click the "+" by IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers, double-click the primary (0) or secondary (1) channel depending on the CD drive location. Select the Advance Setting Tab, choose the CD drive based on the location information, change the Transfer Mode DMA to OFF if DMA if available or vice versa if OFF. Click OK, restart your computer. Once restarted, try reloading FS200X. If not successful, reset the DMA setting to the original setting.

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Hello wsieffert,thank you for yours advice, however it was not sucessful. I will try to reformat, my entire computer and see if that improves. Cheers,Andrej Lippay

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