Redmond is trying its best to make sure that the new Windows is admired by the users unlike the response that the company received for the un-intuitive Windows 8.These efforts also include providing a unified experience throughout the Windows ecosystem regardless of the devices.
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Are you sure you're talking about Red Alert 2, and not Yuri's Revenge?
Because Yuri's Revenge's latest version is only 1.001. And if an answer solved your problem, be sure to accept it as solution.
A lot of "version mismatch" errors are solved simply by making sure to run the games in administrator mode, with the right compatibility mode (Windows XP SP3) If you're trying to play over LAN, and have installed the network fix file to do so, you might also encounter an issue where the game tells you both games have the same serial.
@saberblade1 Command & Conquer 1, Red Alert 1 and Tiberian Sun have all been upgraded with community-created unofficial patches that fix a lot of their bugs and compatibility problems.
I can't play Red Alert 2 with other friends, because patch 1.006 isn't installed.
I can't update it on Origin, and from I can't install it. @rijnotje All games come fully pre-patched in the Origin version.
Here is one variant of the scam identified by Hoax Slayer: “URGENT NOTICE! ALERT POLICE AUTHORITIES: At your computer and my, circulates this notice to your friends and family contacts!
In the coming days be aware: do not open any message containing an attached file called ‘Windows Live Update’ regardless of who you send. This virus comes from a known person who has your address list.
The hoax messages inform internauts that a dangerous virus that destroys the “sector zero” of the hard disk is being spread via email, disguised as an attachment called “Archive (Windows Live)” or “ Windows Live Update.” The posts say that even CNN has warned users about the nasty pieces of malware.
It’s true that cybercriminals have often leveraged the name of the Windows Live service to spread malware, but the hoaxes are highly inaccurate and only create unnecessary panic.
Snopes has also documented a type of this hoax that you might want to check out.