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  1. I did, but unfortunately this hasn't had any effect - same problem. I'm getting it with the 2008 and 2016 versions, but Chancellor forever is absolutely fine. Any other suggestions? Any help would be great. Thank you!
  2. Thanks for your help Patine - good suggestion to start the investigation! I'm using 2008 scenarios that have all worked before on exactly the same version of the game, which is what's really got me stumped. So, for example, I'm using the NYC Mayor 2009 scenario, which I've played on a few occasions before with P4E 2008, and I haven't altered it in any way. It's odd that it worked fine before, but since I've had to restore everything I'm getting nowhere.
  3. What's happening is that the pre-installed campaigns are running absolutely fine, but any attempt to open custom campaigns is bringing up the error message "Cannot Open File Scenarios/<name of scenario>//party_images/candidates/large.bmp." I've run various versions of the game on this and other laptops over the years, and have had few problems with custom campaigns before, but this is the first time that I've attempted to run the game on a restored laptop after the hard drive had to be replaced. Does anyone have any ideas as to why I might be getting this error message that's preventin
  4. Thank you both - that's a really useful start. What's stumping me a bit is that, because I'm playing Chancellor Forever, I can edit the ridings but it's the percentages for the seats that are allocated by the Hare-Niemeyer method that I can't seem to get at.
  5. Apologies in advance if this is covered elsewhere already - I've had a look around and can't find it. How do you set the starting percentages for parties in a scenario? I'd like to edit and update the Ireland 2007 scenario to a 2016 one, making tweaks so that (for example) Fine Fail starts off the campaign in a much worse position, but am not sure how to do that. All help gratefully received - I'm sure that this must be really simple and I'm just failing to see a really easy way to do it. Thanks!
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