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So I downloaded the game through the GOG Downloader, finished downloading it, and (for whatever reason) can NOT install it. The installer verifies the file integrity, verifies the file directory I want to install the game into, and I press the Install button. EVERY TIME, I get this error:

An error occured while trying to rename a file in the destination directory:
C:\Program Files (x86)\GOG.com\Neverwinter Nights Diamond Edition\nwserver.exe

MoveFile failed: code 2.
The system cannot find the file specified.

I'm running Windows 7, 64-bit. I've looked up every support article I could, tried using it by running on XP compatability, running as Administrator, and turned off the UAC. Why won't this game work and how can I fix it?
This question / problem has been solved by Kezardinimage
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DrakeStryker: So I downloaded the game through the GOG Downloader, finished downloading it, and (for whatever reason) can NOT install it. The installer verifies the file integrity, verifies the file directory I want to install the game into, and I press the Install button. EVERY TIME, I get this error:

An error occured while trying to rename a file in the destination directory:
C:\Program Files (x86)\GOG.com\Neverwinter Nights Diamond Edition\nwserver.exe

MoveFile failed: code 2.
The system cannot find the file specified.

I'm running Windows 7, 64-bit. I've looked up every support article I could, tried using it by running on XP compatability, running as Administrator, and turned off the UAC. Why won't this game work and how can I fix it?
Try disabling your antivirus - it may be deleting temporary files during the install and cause this error.
Post edited May 31, 2011 by Funke
I've been trying to figure out how to, but iolo did not make how to enable/disable System Shield very intuitive, which is very frustrating. Part of me doesn't want to uninstall my entire System Mechanic Professional, but that may be what I need to do to get this to work. *le sigh*
Is it possible to install it directly to C drive rather than programs (x86) ??

NWN was designed before the windows architecture changed and works better from C drive.

Good Luck :)
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DrakeStryker: I've been trying to figure out how to, but iolo did not make how to enable/disable System Shield very intuitive, which is very frustrating. Part of me doesn't want to uninstall my entire System Mechanic Professional, but that may be what I need to do to get this to work. *le sigh*
As Shia_luck suggests, try installing into a folder outside of Program Files, such as c:\games. A lot easier that way :)

Otherwise, you can usually use MSCONFIG to stop particular programs loading :

http://netsquirrel.com/msconfig/msconfig_win7.html

Under the Startup tab look for anything that might be applicable eg 'Iolo', 'System Mechanic', 'Active care', etc and uncheck the box(es).

Click Apply and OK, then reboot - make sure you're not connected to the internet when you
do. If there's no Mechanic running in the background, try installing the game again.

When you're finished (hopefully with NWN installed), reenable the appropriate box(es) in MSCONFIG and reboot.
Post edited November 14, 2010 by Kezardin
Well,eventually I figured out how to disable the Antivirus, and that seemed to do the trick. Thanks to Kezardin for the advice!
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DrakeStryker: So I downloaded the game through the GOG Downloader, finished downloading it, and (for whatever reason) can NOT install it. The installer verifies the file integrity, verifies the file directory I want to install the game into, and I press the Install button. EVERY TIME, I get this error:

An error occured while trying to rename a file in the destination directory:
C:\Program Files (x86)\GOG.com\Neverwinter Nights Diamond Edition\nwserver.exe

MoveFile failed: code 2.
The system cannot find the file specified.

I'm running Windows 7, 64-bit. I've looked up every support article I could, tried using it by running on XP compatability, running as Administrator, and turned off the UAC. Why won't this game work and how can I fix it?
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Kezardin: Try disabling your antivirus - it may be deleting temporary files during the install and cause this error.
Worked for me. Thanks!
I downloaded the game nwn2. When I opened the file: setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6 I got the following message: Installer needs the next part (.BIN) file
Please specify the location of part 5.

Turning off the antivirus did not help.

Now what?
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czarb: I downloaded the game nwn2. When I opened the file: setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6 I got the following message: Installer needs the next part (.BIN) file
Please specify the location of part 5.

Turning off the antivirus did not help.

Now what?
The download consists of 6 files:

setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6.exe
setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6-1.bin
setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6-2.bin
setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6-3.bin
setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6-4.bin
setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6-5.bin

You need all of them to install the game.
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czarb: I downloaded the game nwn2. When I opened the file: setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6 I got the following message: Installer needs the next part (.BIN) file
Please specify the location of part 5.

Turning off the antivirus did not help.

Now what?
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Hickory: The download consists of 6 files:

setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6.exe
setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6-1.bin
setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6-2.bin
setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6-3.bin
setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6-4.bin
setup_nwn2_complete_2.1.0.6-5.bin

You need all of them to install the game.
Yes, this is my problem here.

Where are they?
How does one get them?
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DariusSoScarius: Yes, this is my problem here.

Where are they?
How does one get them?
Wherever you downloaded them to. Check your browser's options to where downloads are stored.
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DariusSoScarius: Yes, this is my problem here.

Where are they?
How does one get them?
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Hickory: Wherever you downloaded them to. Check your browser's options to where downloads are stored.
It says that they are stored in my C drive on Users/user/downloads.

Yet there is not a single Neverwinter file therein.

So, the game is asking me to find a .bin file that hasn't been downloaded yet? what
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Hickory: Wherever you downloaded them to. Check your browser's options to where downloads are stored.
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DariusSoScarius: It says that they are stored in my C drive on Users/user/downloads.

Yet there is not a single Neverwinter file therein.

So, the game is asking me to find a .bin file that hasn't been downloaded yet? what
Have you tried using the GOG downloader? It's much more convenient, and you can set the download location to where you can easily access them. My advice is to create a download folder on your C: drive, like C:\Downloads, assuming you have full access to the C: drive. For future reference, it's always a good idea to tell your browser to ask you where to store things every time you download. That way you have complete control, and things won't get lost.
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DariusSoScarius: It says that they are stored in my C drive on Users/user/downloads.

Yet there is not a single Neverwinter file therein.

So, the game is asking me to find a .bin file that hasn't been downloaded yet? what
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Hickory: Have you tried using the GOG downloader? It's much more convenient, and you can set the download location to where you can easily access them. My advice is to create a download folder on your C: drive, like C:\Downloads, assuming you have full access to the C: drive. For future reference, it's always a good idea to tell your browser to ask you where to store things every time you download. That way you have complete control, and things won't get lost.
Yep, I've tried every solution with the GOG downloader stated on the forums, but it refuses to connect. I guess I will not get my DnD fix, and I might have to get a refund. Sad.