CDF fault message on Windows XP

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Windows XP
I am trying to open an old game that I have just loaded. It has loaded okay but when the opening graphic comes on I get message, could not find F:/CDF.cdf. I am using windows XP. How can I repair or what repair system can I buy?


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  • ToddN2000
    How old id the game? I have some games from my WIn98 days that that will not play on today's newer systems. What is your current system and what game is giving you the problem? If have a new computer with a different configuration the path for the file may not be valid.
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  • Robert70144
    Hi, thanks for replying. 2006 PC on Windows XP. MicroProse European Air Wars about the same age. Can't help thinking that this game did run many years ago on this PC?
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  • carlosdl
    The game should have a list of requirements to run, where the supported operating systems are mentioned.

    By "load" you mean that you "installed" the game?
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  • Robert70144
    Game loaded ok. But when I open it from the icon the first screen (pictures of planes etc.) is ok.... then up comes the 'could not find file F:/CDF.cdf.' system requirements seem ok.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    It is installed but not running, Most probably this issue relates to run time error. Have you downloaded this game from an authenticate web site however, this is an old, though if possible, you can check its compatibility by navigating their official web site, if any.
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  • carlosdl
    Again, by "load" do you mean "install" or something else?

    Also, is "F" your cd/dvd drive?
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