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TOW on Windows 10

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TOW 2 Africa, TOW 2 Kursk, and TOW 3 Korea all run on Windows 10.  All were already installed on Windows 7 before the Windows 10 upgrade.  Both TOW 2 games are running in Windows 7 compatibility mode.  The software license had to be reinstalled for TOW 2 Kursk.

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With upgrades to the OS I typically recommend unlicensing the eLicense games (TOW 2 Africa and Kursk) BEFORE upgrading. This preserves the activation and allows you to make changes to the system (OS or hardware). Once you have performed your upgrade or made your changes you can then re-license/activate the game and you should be good to go. TOW 3 Korea on the other hand uses the new copy-protection system. There is no unlicensing with this system, so sometimes an upgrade may result in a non-working game (an error message where the game will not run). In that case you would need to contact the Battlefront Helpdesk and request the gsClean utility for TOW 3 Korea. This utility deletes the current activation and should allow you to re-activate the game the next time you attempt to run it.

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The first battle had a problem where the save option would not work.  Assigning ownership in the security settings of the game folders and files appears to solve the problem.

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