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This is what I get when trying to install Fallout 3 repack.

 

What am I doing wrong? How do I get a 'FO3-1.darck' and place it next to the installer?

 

Please help me out, I just want to play this game again after all those years :(

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43 minutes ago, Tunnelsnakes said:

What am I doing wrong? How do I get a 'FO3-1.darck' and place it next to the installer?

Its asking you to unpack the "FO3-1.darck" data file from the archived file which you have downloaded.

the setup and the data file should be in the same folder.

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1 hour ago, PsYcHo_RaGE said:

Its asking you to unpack the "FO3-1.darck" data file from the archived file which you have downloaded.

the setup and the data file should be in the same folder.

Oh! I see now.. Seems I wasn't paying much attention and only got the installer file instead of the folder...

 

Thanks a million!

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9 hours ago, Tunnelsnakes said:

Oh! I see now.. Seems I wasn't paying much attention and only got the installer file instead of the folder...

 

Thanks a million!

You're welcome :)

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