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Please help me with I/O Error

Discussion in 'Games' started by Bruno245, Jul 19, 2007.

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    My computer is able to run the games and i have a really recent version of directx and all those things. I have 2 Primary IDE Channels and 2 Secondary IDE Channels and 2 Standard Duel PCE IDE Controller. I don't know if that stuff matters but i was asked about it when i called toshiba support. Anyways I have tried to play warcraft 3 and starcraft and starcraft: broodwar, but i cannot because i get a message saying talking about an I/O Device Error when i try to install the games so i cannot even install them. I own the full games, nothing illegal and don't know what to do. Is there anyway to fix the problem?:eek:
     
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    Im sorry, I forgot to mention that nothing is wrong with the drive that i know of... I can burn cds, play dvds, play cds, and other things, but for some reason anytime i try to install one of my games it says that D:/ is inaccesible due to I/O Device Error or something verrryy similar to that.
     
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    Can anyone please help me with this, give me some ideas or something?
     
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