EDIT: I'm keeping the old conversation for reference, but if you find this you're looking for fixes for old Civilization 2 batch files. Well, here it is, courtesy of JPetroski.This works for errors saying that the files are incompatible with current version OR the batch loads but closes immediaely on opening. You can fix these batch files by adding if "%OS%"=="Windows_NT" goto winxp underneath the "echoes:" echo Please choose from the options below: echo. echo 1. Load Winter files 1941 echo 2. Load Summer files 1942 ... echo. and then adding this: :winxp set /P choice=Type a number (1-3) and hit Enter: if %choice%==1 goto Winter41 if %choice%==2 goto Summer42 if %choice%==3 goto Winter42 if %choice%==4 goto Summer43 if %choice%==5 goto Winter43 if %choice%==6 goto Summer44 if %choice%==7 goto Winter44 if %choice%==8 goto Summer45 if %choice%==9 goto Winter45 if %choice%==10 goto done goto winxp below the error levels: if errorlevel 10 goto done if errorlevel 9 goto Winter45 if errorlevel 8 goto Summer45 if errorlevel 7 goto Winter44 ... I TRIED to look this up elsewhere, nothing worked. Now unlike most old batch files, Windows 10 executes them but closes the second it opens. Standard responses like putting CMD/ K at the end of the command line or opening the batch files from the Command Console didn't work. I read that would keep the batch file open, instead it immediately closed the command promt. nd this is a little more tricky to set up than the usual setups so just doing it manually is gonna be tricky at best. And I searched this in Civ Fanatics and In Nomine only appears once in the entire site and it refers to the EU 3 DLC. searches on batch only produces suggestions that do not work on my computer.