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Everytime I try to open carom3d (which is a pool game) I receive this message.

Error: The operation completed succesfully. [OK]

Does anyone know how to fix this? I am on Windows XP and tried googling for an answer but it really wasn't any help. I also tried reinstalling the game and all that good stuff nothing has worked so far.
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lol, what a wierd error, and i'm assume the game is old (i've never heard of it anyway), meaning that it probably just doesnt work well with XP or has a problem with that new card.

If it is a older game might want to try compability mode for 98 or something.
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idk but that message is an oxymoron lol...
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post
lol, what a wierd error, and i'm assume the game is old (i've never heard of it anyway), meaning that it probably just doesnt work well with XP or has a problem with that new card.

If it is a older game might want to try compability mode for 98 or something.
actually its quite a popular and new game. not to advertise or anything the website is carom3d.com so you can check it out yourself but it looks like it should be just fine to play with xp.

and yes the error is kind of funny. but it really sucks haha
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