alright, so I troubleshot SC3 a while ago, played it and had fun. Recently I downloaded The Dig (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0139156/
) off of eMule, and had somewhat similar problems, though The Dig was made in 1995 and SC3 was made in 1996. Alright, so I got my autoex files, so that problem's out, and my OS is Windows XP professional, version 2002, service pack 2. This doesn't seem to have an index file like SC3 had which needs to specify which drives files come from. First, I made a CD copy, and a computer copy. Second, when I just click on the dig.exe file, a window pops up then closes without a trace in the blink of an eye. I screenshot the window, and it says as follows:
I don't have any working disks, but I'll get some as soon as possible. Actually, I had one disk, but I think I tried to make it a boot disk for Solar Winds, and now the computer won't read it, and just says "please insert disk" after I put it in drive A and click on it. Anyway, If I load it using Dosbox, I get the title screen "Play The Dig", "Configure Sound Card", "View Latest Updates" (It's version 1.00), "Troubleshooting Guide", "Make Boot Disk", and "Exit". If I try the sound test with the CD game, it fails, but if I let it detect sound on the hard drive version, it detects "Gravis Ultrasound", and clearly plays a sound clip. However, sound detected or not, when I click on Play The Dig, I go back to the dos prompt it says "unable to load 'muscript.scr'".