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Posted 02 June 2007 - 10:44 AM

I downloaded, from a games site, what they claimed to be the demo of a game called Cruise Tycoon.

After the dowload, I noticed that the icon, called CruiseTycoonSetup-dm, wasn't that of a "normal" setup. I tried to open it and I got this error message (it's my translation from Italian so forgive any errors):
CruiseTycoonSetup-dm.exe isn't a valid Win32 application. :hmmm:

I tried to delete it by placing the icon in the Trash bin, but I got something like this (still my translation from Italian):
I can't delete CruiseTycoonSetup-dm because it is currently opened by some program. :huh:

So what should I do?? :grrr: It's been on my computer for a lot of times, I don't know how to get rid of it... :techsupport:
Thank you


NEVER MIND! I don't know how but I fixed it! After I tried one more time it went into the bin, so I could delete it, I don't know why for like for months, it didn't work...

Edited by Daohoenyx, 02 June 2007 - 01:12 PM.

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