CheatingIsFun32 posted...K so i installed the game, everything was working fine.. my PC was running slow so i reformatted. Now i installed the game again and when i try to run it i get a \"No Lanugage Pack\" error. The error sais \"Please install at least one language pack.\" I tried installing the russian language pack and that did not help.. im assuming theres no \"english\" language pack since all windows comes in english... can anyone help me out here i wanna play again :(Probably, you have deleted the original \"Launcher\" directory and you have substituted it with the cracked one.THIS IS WRONG.The solution is very simple.Just restore the original \"Launcher\" directory and overwrite it with the cracked one.Have fun! ;D
The files contained in this installer are for the English language pack for C&C: Red Alert 3: Uprising. Run the installer as Administrator and wait for it to load. After it loads, follow the prompts to install the language pack. In the installer, you are also given the option to automatically set the game's language to English after the pack is installed on your system; you can also set the language of your game by passing the -ui parameter to RA3EP1.exe and pressing the \"Set Language\" button on the UI that pops up.
When I run language installer, it will not allow me to select components to install. The Check Boxes are there, but they will not allow me to check the boxes in order to install. Is there something wrong with the installer
The files contained in this installer are for the English language pack for C&C: Red Alert 3. Run the installer as Administrator and wait for it to load. After it loads, follow the prompts to install the language pack. In the installer, you are also given the option to automatically set the game's language to English after the pack is installed on your system; you can also set the language of your game by passing the -ui parameter to RA3.exe and pressing the \"Set Language\" button on the UI that pops up.
Mar 21, 2009. Red Alert 3 - Uprising [SOLVED] - posted in Ask for Help (Game Ports): Hi, I started porting RA3-Uprising this week, it work fine in Parallels Desktop 4, of course on minimal details (but very fast). First problem i have to face now is: No language pack found, please instal at least one language pack Im using.
So here are all the different types of hardware targets you can access directly from MATLAB, everything from ARM processors, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBoard, a lot of different types of inputs such as Lego Mindstorm for nice robotics. And then even scrolling down, you'll see here's the USB webcams. And if I highlight that, you'll see I already have it installed. So it's just asking me if I want to reinstall it. And it's just telling me the versions. So this is how you would go on and just select the different support package to support the type of hardware you want to interface with.
The Deathworld case, however, was apparently different. As far as I could determine by running Internet searches, the publisher (EKSMO-Press) was one of the bigger players in the Russian market and things were getting more stable in Russia in the late 1990s, so they decided to play by the rules. They hired a reasonably well known writer (who writes SF as \"Ant Skalandis\") and secured Harrison's permission to use his name and the Deathworld universe to write sequels as by \"Harry Harrison and Ant Skalandis\". The devil, unfortunately, is in the details and the details are murky. Some sources claim that Harrison approved an English language outline of (at least) the first volume while Skalandis did all of the writing. Other sources suggest that Harrison wasn't involved at all and the only condition that he had was that the sequels should not appear in English (although some have been translated elsewhere, e.g. in Poland). BTW, Skalandis wrote the first three sequels and then another writer (who writes SF as \"Mikhail Akhmanov\") wrote two more volumes. I suspect that Harrison's input went from \"little\" to \"none\" as the series progressed, but that's just a feeling that I get.
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