I bought Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds this afternoon and was so looking forward to playing it. (Been wanting it for a year now.) Here's the problem: At the end of installation, the install program asked me to reboot my PC. I clicked to reboot, but the PC froze up and became unresponsive. Finally, after about 5 minutes, the system told me it couldn't find a disc in my CD drive and shut down. Upon restart, I put in the game disc and clicked to play but the game couldn't find the startup files and told me to reinstall the program, then closed the dialog box. I ejected and reinserted the disc and clicked to uninstall. The wizard opened up and began to uninstall the program then closed and said it had finished performing mantainence on the program. I checked the start menu path and the game was still showing as being installed. I opened C: and looked in my program files and found the install folder, but it was empty. I rebooted and looked again and it was still there. I put the game disc back in to see if I could reinstall but I was only given the options of playing or uninstalling. I tried to play, but got the 'file not found' message and the uninstall option gives me the "mantainence performed" line. Next I tried to uninstall the game using Add/Remove programs in Control Panel. It gives me the same result and lists the game as taking up about 3M of space. I'm totally perplexed. I've run a complete search on my HD, but the game is nowhere to be found, even though my PC thinks it is still there! How do I make my PC realize the game is no longer there? Help, please. Thanks, Clint.