Sims 2: University Expansion

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  1. QwertyManiac

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    I have an original Sims 2 University expansion disk (CD type, not DVD) and it got scratched due to over usage/re-install, now 2 files in the archive (compressed.zip) of the 2nd CD has gone corrupt. If anybody has that game, please extract and share those 2 files with me. The files are:

    1. Neighborhood.package
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    TSData/Res/Sound/Neighborhood.package in the archive called 'Compressed.zip' in the cd no.2 root folder
    2. PackageInstaller.exe
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    CSbin/PackageInstaller.exe in the same archive called 'Compressed.zip in the cd no.2 root folder
    I will be greatful for that :) Please help soon, I wanna play this game real bad :(

    Thanks! :)

    [Edit] - I got them but can anyone tell me how to use them for installing w/o errors?
     
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    Copy compressed.zip to ur HDD and all the installations files too
    and Then extract and create a new compressed.zip with the working files and then run setup from HDD
     
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    But while extracting the ZIP, WinRAR says 'Archive corrupted' at some 30%... :(
     
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    Then My frnd if u know all the other files in compressed.zip is ok barring the two
    extract them manually
    and then add the two and make a new zip

    If the other files also dont extract then see which files are okay and which are corrupt
     
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    Ok, I'll do that... painful :( thanks :)
     
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