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Need for speed carbon on vista error

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Im getting an error when intalling Need for speed carbon. I want to play it but it wont install. After I enter my cd key it gives me an error when the next box pops up. It says that to play you need DX0 or higher. I have DX 9 and DX10.. Anyone know how to resolve this?
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Hi, man! Did you try running the installer as a XP SP2-compatible software?
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Hi, man! Did you try running the installer as a XP SP2-compatible software?


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haha noob
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haha noob
I dont think it lets me. Its saus autorun.
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You just rightclock on the DVD-device, explore, than select setup.exe as XPSP2-compatible. Don't need to run Autorun, as it will not set the setup.exe as sp2-compatible, it will only set autorun.exe as compatible
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I dont think it lets me. Its saus autorun.
OFF topic but i got that motor painted i was talking about dude
its gotta dry though.

Let me find a copy of this Carbon game see if i can find mine i think i might of thrown it away cause i like pro street more.

but i can still help hehe

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OFF topic but i got that motor painted i was talking about dude
its gotta dry though.

Let me find a copy of this Carbon game see if i can find mine i think i might of thrown it away cause i like pro street more.

but i can still help hehe

looks great.
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