|20 Jun 2010||#5|
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I had the same problem as everybody else here, and I couldn't find an answer anywhere! I finally found a generic Viva Media (Crazy Machines' creator) troubleshooting manual on Google (Google is always your friend ) and saw that it was the Tages drivers that were causing the problem. Search on Google for "Viva Media insufficient priveleges" and the first result should be a PDF with a bunch of troubleshooting info. Scroll down a couple pages and there should be a link under this game for http://www.tagesprotection.com/. Download the relevant driver and install it. It literally takes about 10 seconds. I did this, it said "Driver is now installed and running", I clicked on the game, and it launched perfectly! Hope this helps with everybody else.
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