My quest to get Vampire Diaries--the game that Her Interactive made before starting the Nancy Drew series--is still ongoing.
Someone sent me the files for all three CDs. Yes, the game runs on three CDs. I bought some blank CDs (Memorex CD-RW kind) and put the files on those CDs. It seemed to work. When I put the CDs in other computers, they can read the files.
The problem? My Windows Vista computer from 2006 can't read the CDs. The CD drive spins around for a lot, and eventually decides the drive is empty. It reads other CDs perfectly, so I'm not sure what's wrong. Is there something I'm doing, which makes these CDs incompatible with Windows Vista?
Please leave a comment, if you have any suggestions or thoughts as to what I could do.
My Vista computer is the one that's old enough to play the Vampire Diaries game. At least, I presume it will work. It was able to play McKenzie and Co.
Installing the game by itself won't work. The game refuses to run, unless it can sense one of its CDs in the CD drive. The first Nancy Drew game was the same way.