Need for speed PC problem?

I keep trying to install NFSU but it gets to % and says “A problem occured while trying to transfer the file ‘D:Supporten-usreadme.txt’ from the media. Do you want to retry to copy the file, or cancel the installation”

Retry cancel

i tried “retry” like times but it doesnt work!

HELP

✅ Answers

  • That’s because you need to buy the actual game 🙂 It’s old, it shouldn’t be expensive

  • Make sure you have the system requirements.

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