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    Quake

    I'm having a hard time finding out exactly how to install Quake on my Windows 2000 OS. I've got a full version of Quake from 1996 and when I try to install I get an error message saying Quake won't run on Windows NT. Anyone have any ideas?

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    Re: Quake

    You're getting that message because W2K is based upon NT - therefore you'll need to either get a version of Quake that will run under NT/W2K/XP or create a dual boot system with W9x.
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    Re: Quake

    I gathered that from what little research I did last night. I read about something called GLQuake and another which escapes me at the moment. Anyone have any idea if these work or where I can get them?

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    Troy

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