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evhfan
09-21-2004, 08:34 PM
i've tried installing this game like 10 times ON MY PC...i run the system check and my system is fine...it's not my machine...

the game installs up to 99% and then i get this error:
component transfer error
file e\gamedata\data5.cab incorrect function

then the install screen disappears and i'm back to my desktop...i can't get past this...

IS MY GAME DEFECTIVE?

help!!!!!!!

evhfan
09-21-2004, 10:17 PM
help!!!...ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING?

Revlt Coranier
09-21-2004, 10:20 PM
I don't know how to help, but have you tried looking to see if there is a scratch on the disc or if it is dirty?

And please don't double post ;)

DEADLYSUSHI
09-21-2004, 10:25 PM
I have also had problems. Shut off computer all the way....
Turn back on and try again. And try a different CD drive if you have one.
It worked for me!!! Good Luck :D

mwolfe
09-22-2004, 04:15 AM
i too had that issue.. but then i had a few sets of the games *have a few networked pcs* and had to use a different disk..

had read in one forum where one person used the default C: drive instead of a different drive to install it, and it worked..
i dont guarentee it but figured to pass it on anyway..

Alegis
09-22-2004, 04:25 AM
try copying the file e:\gamedata\data5.cab to your desktop and see what happens

(NJOC)MasterJedi[L]
09-23-2004, 07:45 AM
i beleive there is a fix for defective installs somewhere on here.

what i was told was to put the disc 1 back in everytime an error message came up. try that . hope it helps.

rdaubner
09-24-2004, 07:44 AM
this is from lucas support,

Hello,

If you are receiving errors attempting to install the game once you have disc 2 or disc 3 for the game in the CD drive during the installation process, and you have more than 5GB free on your harddrive, the following work-around solution may get the game installed successfully for you. If you have a printer, you may want to print these instructions for easier reference.

To check your harddrive space, open My Computer, right-click your local drive (C:) and choose properties and look at the free space. You can also use a local disc (harddrive) other than C: if you have more than one, just substitute the correct drive letter for C: in the following instructions.

1. Make sure your system is set to view system and hidden files.
- Open the My Computer window, go to VIEW on the menu bar in Windows 9x (go to the TOOLS option in Windows XP/2000), and select Folder Options.

- Select the View tab, and click on the option to "Show All Files" in Windows 9x or select the option to "Show hidden files and folders" in Windows XP/2000.

- Below this option (for Windows XP/2000) remove the check marks next to the "Hide extensions for known file types" option and the "Hide protected operating system files" option so these options are turned off. Click Yes on the Warning dialogue box that appears.

- Click Apply & OK at the bottom of the Folder Options window.

2. Install DirectX 9.0c from game disc 1 before continuing. Insert disc 1 and exit the launcher if it appears. Open My Computer, right-click the CD icon (BF_1) and choose open. Open the DirectX folder and double-click the dxsetup.exe file (with the blue computer icon) and follow the prompts to install DirectX 9.0c. The computer will need to restart after this. Since DirectX will already be installed when you next attempt to install the game, we recommend you use the Custom install option rather than the Automatic install.

3. Place disc 2 for the game in the CD drive. Click OK and ignore the prompt to insert disc 1. Open My Computer and right-click the CD icon (BF_2) and choose open. Click Edit on the menu bar and choose select all. Then click Edit and choose copy once all the files in the window are selected.

4. Open My Computer and open the C: drive, or the local disc (harddrive) which has lots of free space available. Click File on the menu bar and choose New Folder. Name your new folder disc2 and hit enter. Open this disc 2 folder and click edit on the menu bar and choose paste to place all the copied files from CD#2 into this folder. If you get a read error while copying files then you may have a bad CD.

5. After all the files for disc 2 are copied to the disc2 folder, place game disc 3 (CD#3) in the CD drive. Click OK and ignore the prompt to insert disc 1. Open My Computer and right-click the CD icon (BF_3) and choose open. Click Edit on the menu bar and choose select all. Then click Edit and choose Copy once all the files in the window are selected.

6. Open My Computer and open the C: drive, or the local disc (harddrive) which has lots of free space available. Click File on the menu bar and choose New Folder. Name your new folder disc3 and hit enter. Open this disc3 folder and click edit on the menu bar and choose paste to place all the copied files from CD#3 into this folder. If you get a read error while copying files then you may have a bad CD.

7. After all the files for disc 3 are copied to the disc3 folder, place game disc 1 (CD#1) in the CD drive and attempt to install the game once more.

- When you are prompted to place disc 2 in the drive, do not insert CD#2 in the CD drive, simply browse to the C:\DISC2\GAMEDATA folder and click OK to continue.

- When you are prompted to place disc 3 in the drive, do not insert CD#3 in the CD drive, simply browse to the C:\DISC3\GAMEDATA folder and click OK to continue.

- When you are prompted to place disc 1 in the drive to complete the installation, browse to the CD drive, and open the GAMEDATA folder and click OK to see if this completes the installation.

If the installation is successful, you can manually delete the Disc2 and Disc3 folders you created on your harddrive.

If you appear to have a defective game CD, we suggest you try exchanging the game for another copy from the store where you purchased the game. If they will not replace the game for you, you can send the CD(s) to us for replacement. There is a 90-day warranty on all of our games. During this period you may return a defective CD and receive a free replacement (please send a dated copy of the proof of purchase). If it has been more than 90 days since the date of purchase you can send in the defective CD(s) plus a check or money order to cover replacement costs (shipping & handling is already included). We charge $5 for a replacement CD or set of CDís for a single game. Send the CD(s) and payment (if out-of-warranty) to:

LucasArts
Attn: Product Support
P.O. Box 10307
San Rafael, CA 94912

Please attach a short note specifying that you need a replacement of the item sent, with your name and address also appearing on the note.