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Lemmings and Oh No! More Lemmings
Problem:
I can't get Lemmings or Oh No! to run from Workbench
Solution:
It's not designed to run from Workbench. Boot the machine with Lemmings or Oh No!.
Xmas Lemmings 1992
Problem:
When I try to run Xmas Lemmings 1992 it says I need explode.library
Solution:
Xmas Lemmings 1992 utilises a library called Imploder. This message is displayed if you don't have this library. To download it, click here. Click here for a text with more information about this problem.
Lemmings 2: The Tribes
Problem:
Note: this only applies to the Hard Disk version of the game When I tried to install Lemmings 2: The Tribes on another computer the install script deleted itself. Is there anything I can do about this?
Solution:
Try using an undelete utility. If that doesn't work, try contacting Psygnosis. If you are going to install software, make sure you read the instructions. It said to drag the installation script to the folder you wanted on the hard disk and THEN to run the Install script. The program copies all the required files to the folder and then deletes itself, the install script as it is no longer needed. When you run it from the floppy, it doesn't notice the difference, so goes to delete itself.

Problem:
I have a 68030 / 68040 and I have trouble installing the game.
Solution:
Execute the install script from the CLI with your stack set to 50000, and CPU caches set to OFF. If your problem still surfaces, return Disk #2 to Psygnosis. (If you live in the Western Hemisphere send it to their US Office, for the rest of the world, send it to their Liverpool office) Include a letter with a description of your problem and they will create a disk that will (hopefully) work on your system of which they will send out to you.

Problem:
The game runs too fast! I can't stop it!
Solution:
This problem occurs because it has been forced into NTSC screenmode. Just start a level, then press the tab key twice, (once to switch to PAL, once to switch back to NTSC.) The timer should now run normally.

The Lemmings Chronicles / All New World of Lemmings
Problem:
I live in the US. The filler screens shown between levels are strangely centered.
Solution:
This problem occurs because the game is in PAL screenmode. Make sure that you are using a multisync monitor, and that your system is running in PAL mode when the game is started.
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