Updating galciv2 without serial code
So yeh I've got Gal Civ 2 and DA expansion, played them for ages etc etc. Quite suprised (and extremely annoyed) I actually went on Tools-Register Product- My Games- found Tot A, registered it with the serial code I got from digital download and still nothin!
Some help would be appreciated I made a thread about this but I'll aske here because it seems to be the thread for problems!
The first two are both registered to one email account, but when I bought Tot A I used Pay Pal and it assigned it to a different email account. I have access to both email accounts, and it seems to have activated/registered the game properly. This is, I think, my first post here, but I've had the original Gal Civ II (My father bought it years ago, and I..."borrowed it" for an extended stay. However, I just bought a Gold Edition Gal Civ II from Circuit City last night, after reading stellar reviews of the new Twilight of the Arnor expansion.
So, I came home with it, and purchased Twilight of the Arnor as a download CD thing as I was installing the game. The game apparently accepts it just fine, as it accepted the serial when I installed it off the CDs. I've retyped it several times, and I'm absolutely certain I've gotten it correct.
I just purchased Tot A expansion, I own the original GC2, and DA expansion. The sig.bin-file seems to be generated with wrong properties or something, the game does not launch.
The first two are both registered to one email account, but when I bought Tot A I used Pay Pal and it assigned it to a different email account. I have access to both email accounts, and it seems to have activated/registered the game properly. Tried it twice today including a fresh install of Tot A, but that doesn't help.
I'd like to note that it's a 30-character key (Six groups of five number/letter combinations), and I have no idea if that's right or not for the gold edition.
The disk will make a good coaster, and Stardock has more than earned the money.
GCII has shown up on this machine, as if it is ready to run, which this machine is not anywhere near capable of doing.