When installing, I get the error "You must enter a full path with drive letter; for example: C:\APP or a UNC path in the form: \\server\share". It looks like the registry entries that tell Windows where civ4 is installed do not exist on your system for some reason. Not really sure what to recommend; the only thing I can think of is to create a key INSTALLDIR in the registry at HKLM\SOFTWARE\Firaxis Games\Sid Meier's Civilization 4 - Beyond the Sword and set that key to where you have civ4 installed. I need help editing the registry. Click start, type regedit, hit enter, and click yes to the UAC prompt. Navigate to the location using the folder tree on the left (HKLM is HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE); after a couple levels it becomes less intimidating mixed case (I seriously think the all caps portion is meant to scare away those who would break their machine by editing the registry just for fun). If you need to add any folders just right click and select new key. Once in the folder right click, select new string value, give it the name and double click it to set the path to where BtS is installed (the folder with the .exe file; typically C:\Program Files\Firaxis Games\Sid Meier's Civilization IV\Beyond the Sword). The installer is placing stuff in the main BtS assets even though it said everything would go in the mod folder. That's the way it's supposed to work. The scenarios are actually separate mods but they all share the same art and music; it's either place the art and music in the BtS assets or make Star Trek 10 GB in size. The installer doesn't say anything about this on the directory selection page because I don't want to confuse people. How do I play a scenario? Load the Star Trek mod and go to Single Player -> Play a scenario. How do I know which version of Star Trek I'm running? Go to Advanced -> About this Build in the main menu. Why do some of the leaders have a different state religion when I meet them than the religion they get from their starting technology? They may have discovered a tech for a different religion before the religions are founded. The tech they will research is influenced by their favorite religion. What if I don't want the intro movie and/or the Final Frontier tutorial? You can disable them via the options. I just attacked a unit with my Kazon Torpedo and now it's gone. What gives? The Kazon torpedo has a suicide attack. Win or lose, that ship won't see another battle. I loaded the mod and there is no game test. I just get an empty menu. You game is set to a language other than English; this is an English only mod. Changing the language setting (Advanced>Options) before loading the mod will fix the problem. Why do the Values get founded all at once and not by technology like the help text says? They do, but each civ starts with the knowledge of a value already. Most of the time, most (possibly all if Bajor is on the map) of these techs will already be known to another civ because they started with it. The only way to guarantee that you will get a value is to play as Bajor, as their value techs are unique to them and no other civs start with them. Why can't I research the Subspace Corridor tech? That tech is available only to the Vaadwaur and the Borg (they start with it). I built the Krenim UB, but I have no plasma. The plasma won't appear in any of your cities until you have researched the Cargo Holds technology. Why can't I use the wormhole in the Deep Space Nine scenario? The wormhole is not functional due ot balance issues - the AI doesn't know how to use wormholes, and a larger map would be required so that contact with the Dominion would not be made too early. What if my question isn't answered here? Post it in this thread!