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October 25, 2010 10:16:09 AM

I am installing Quake 4 on my new laptop running Windows 7 and I keep encountering a loading error with file, pak011.pk4 and can't seem to correct this. Can someone assist me with this install problem?

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October 25, 2010 4:31:11 PM
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Verify that your cd/dvd is not scratched.

If it's a backup and you have no scratches, the backup is bad (laser / crc error on source).

Brad
October 25, 2010 6:12:13 PM

thanks for your reply. No. It isn't a backup of Quake. I extracted the iso for quake and burned all the files and folders onto a DVD disk. I installed all but when I ran it, there was an error regarding Macromedia. So I uninstalled it and installed it again by right clicking on the setup.exe file and running it as ADMINISTRATOR. This is where I encounter the error with the pak011.pk4 file.

Can you tell me the best way to install Quake? I am running Windows 7

Thanx
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October 29, 2010 4:37:03 PM

Load the iso with daemon tools, try again.

The iso could be corrupted too.

November 5, 2010 10:45:29 AM


Thank you for this help. I downloaded/installed daemon tools and was able to reinstall Quake w/o previous displayed errors & delayed time. It started but required the DVD disk, and tells me to put it in the drive and restart the application.

I will read over Daemon Tools on how to use it with iso files so that I can run Quake. But if you can help me with those steps I would greatly appreciate it. What I did do was, re-installed Quake, then Mounted the iso on a DVD-RW disk. But haven't been able to get Quake to run from my desktop icon w/disk in drive.

Thanks for your help. Of all the thousands of games, Quake is the only one I play. By the way, I am running Win 7
November 5, 2010 10:57:29 AM

Added to...

Thank you for this help. I downloaded/installed daemon tools and was able to reinstall Quake w/o previous displayed errors & delayed time. It started but required the DVD disk, and tells me to put it in the drive and restart the application.

I will read over Daemon Tools on how to use it with iso files so that I can run Quake. But if you can help me with those steps I would greatly appreciate it. What I did do was, re-installed Quake, then Mounted the iso on a DVD-RW disk. But haven't been able to get Quake to run from my desktop icon w/disk in drive.

Using Daemon Tools (DT) and having mounted Quake as a virtual drive (if correct because I see it in My Computer), through DT when I run Quake.exe I get, "library not registered" and the OK button doesn't work - I have to use the X to close the window. At this point another window tells me that Splash Screen has stopped working. This is as far as I have been able to get with Quake.

Thanks for your help. Of all the thousands of games, Quake is the only one I play. By the way, I am running Win 7
November 14, 2010 11:22:26 PM

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