I've been using this computer for a while, and it's been fine installing games and such up until now. It runs Vista, and used Service Pack 1 until I Assassin's Creed 3 said I needed DirectX11, which my video card has but Service Pack 1 doesn't register. I upgraded to Service Pack 2 which should have worked - but it didn't. Now, when I try to install Assassin's Creed 3, it gives me the error message at the very start of installation,
File Transfer Error
Component: <Disk1> Disk1 File(1)
Error: The wrong diskette is in the drive
Insert %2 (Volume Serial Number: %3) into drive %1
Now, when I switch disks, the installation closes itself down. It's not the wrong disk anyway because I have installed this fine when the service pack is downgraded to 1, only DirectX11 isn't registering on pack 1 so it stalls the game on the splash screen. This error only pops up with pack 2 - it does it with other games I've tried to install while being in pack 2.
It's highly frustrating, anyone got any advice?
UPDATE; no longer an issue, I have a new computer and it works fine