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Star Wars Behind The Magic - Windows 7 64bit Fix

by CRTGAMER Thu Aug 17, 2017 5:10 pm

Star Wars Behind The Magic

Windows 7 64bit Fix - Full Install Option

Boot Loader RAR files attached below
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I had posted the obscure Windows 95 reference disc in my Sales Thread years ago with information how to run it on new PCs. Now documented to include a full hard drive install option not available in the original software designed to run off the CDs. I included downloadable RAR files at the bottom and created a unique bat file to run the fully installed discs. Note that you still would need to purchase the Lucas Arts Star Wars discs, this is simply the fixes to keep the files below legitimate.

Star Wars Behind The Magic is inexpensive (links at bottom) due to not compatible to Windows 7 and newer Windows. The fix were first started by installing the program to Windows XP, copying the install folder over to Windows 7 and updating the Registry. Just a matter of putting everything together and creating a start bat file to handle multiple discs. The ideas presented here could be used for other Windows 95 games that have incompatible older 16 bit installers.

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The Star Wars reference set of discs can run in Windows XP, Windows 98 and Windows 95. It will run in a 64 bit Windows 7 only with the installer fix documented further down. Originally designed to run off the CDs to save hard drive space, I have created a full install to hard drive option so the discs once installed can be put aside.

Original 40 Copies Finds Post - Click the spoiler
40 New Copies of Star Wars Behind The Magic - $32.67 Shipped Amazon Shipped
http://www.racketboy.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=549906#p549906


I think I just beat my own Find! One of the sellers is getting tired of losing money on Amazon Fees and did not wanted to just dump history in the garbage. Offered the entire lot to me for VERY CHEAP! So what am I going to do with 50 copies!!??
noiseredux wrote:Translation: my wife is going to kill me.

I convinced the seller to keep a few, now I'll be getting 40 extra complete copies. The case came in, I broke it open and inside there are two smaller 12 pack factory boxes that have Lucas Arts Code Stickers. These look to be the original boxes that would be sent to a retailer! There are also individual sealed boxes piled on top for a total of forty copies!

Okay not a game, but it does install in a PC. Its 1997 again or Windows 95! Bought still sealed, busted open the shrink wrap and breathed in air preserved from the last Century. Thanks to Dude and dsheinem posts I had to rebuy this. I installed this a long long time ago in a far away PC. Happy to report it works in WinXP when set to WIN95 compatibility mode, alas not in WIN7 64 bit. There is a program that will extract and boot the game code from another Lucas Arts game called Grim Fandango; maybe might work Star Wars Magic too? Ideally I'll see if there is an update 64 bit compatible installer and run file. Any Star Wars nut should have a copy, can get it cheap at Amazon. Nice to obtain this inexpensive maybe a future collectible for the exclusive though rough video footage. All kinds of pics, video and info from the original three Star Wars movies. Biggs is seen with Luke in the rare footage. :mrgreen:

There is an interesting tale how the seller acquired so many, I asked the seller the story behind why he had so many:

Amazon Fairnook Sales wrote: http://www.amazon.com/gp/shops/storefro ... FYWMTCS5O1

I bought around 60 of these box sets like the one I sent you at a local machinery sales yard that sells outside and inside items. A bizarre out of place purchase on a pallet next to some tires & tool boxes. I think I bought the whole pallet for around $20. A purchase I regret if these end up getting thrown away. A purchase I do not mind if they can be used.

I have 40 Star Wars Magic packed into a extra sturdy 24x18x16 box ready to ship. The shipping weight is 28 lbs. I put two boxes of 12 each on bottom of box. These boxes had not been opened and one still has an old sealed packing slip. Interestingly, it looks like these boxes were shipped from Amazon in 2003 as there was a packing slip still on one.

The case came in, I broke it open and inside there are two smaller 12 pack factory boxes that have Lucas Arts Code Stickers. These look to be the original shipping boxes that would be sent to store retailers! There are also individual sealed boxes piled on top for a total of forty copies! These are not really that rare, just unknown to most. Amazon only had two reviews, so I added mine:
CRTGAMER on January 7, 2012 at Amazon wrote:Star Wars Behind The Magic Encyclopedia discs are a treasure trove of information, far better then a web site or the extras in the DVD and BluRay movie discs. The user interface is detailed and keeps track backwards and forwards of all the pages you visited with multiple cross links. So much better researching with a mouse instead of using a remote to view a movie disc extra. Rare footage includes the lost video of Biggs with Luke. The amount of data stored in the pages of the discs is amazing. Find out each scene, character and ship in detail in how various props were created. All sorts of hidden Star Wars historical information is presented. Why does Han Solo's pants have stripes, who is Biggs, what ship is faster then the Millenium Falcon, see Chewbacca's family, the data just streams on an on. Wrap it up by answering a trivia questionnaire which has even more information.

Windows 7 Installer Bypass and Full Hard Drive Install
1. Download BTM1.RAR and BTM2.RAR files at the bottom.
2. Extract and merge the files to the same BTM Folder.
3. Place BTM folder to root directory of Windows 7 hard drive.
4. Open the BTM folder and create two sub folders CD1 and CD2.
5. Copy entire contents including sub folders of Star Wars Disc 1 to CD1 folder.
6. Copy entire contents including sub folders of Star Wars Disc 2 to CD2 folder.
7. Open Registry folder, run the registry installer: "BTMx64 Install Disc Drive C CD0.REG".
8. Start the game by running RUNME.BAT which automatically renames selected folder to CD0.
9. IMPORTANT! Be sure to exit "Press X" in RUNME.BAT to correctly rename folders back to CD1 and CD2.
10. May the Force be with you. Enjoy! :mrgreen:

CRTGAMER wrote:The RUNME.BAT file can be added to the Start Menu. The icon from the original start file BEHIND.EXE can be imported to it.

Note that the bat file is basically a "DOS" text file. I cannot emphasize enough about exiting the RUNME.BAT file properly (Press X) so that the file will rename the CD0 sub folder back to CD1 and CD2. Once Star Wars Magic is exited (click Controls at the bottom of the screen); the Bat file might be hiding in the task bar. Bring it up to the desktop and follow the text prompts.

Be sure to properly exit RUNME.BAT (MSDOS Prompt) when done watching Star Wars.

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After pressing a key, the bat file will rename the CD folders back to CD1 and CD2.

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Star Wars Behind The Magic front end, click Start to begin.


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Details on the Nuts and Bolts of creating your own registry files, this not needed since the downloads are at bottom.
Star Wars Behind The Magic Win 7 Fix

NO NEED TO TYPE LISTING. THE ATTACHED BTM1.RAR AND BTM2.RAR AT THE BOTTOM CAN BE DOWNLOADED AND EXTRACTED TO CREATE THE WINDOWS XP BTM FOLDER NEEDED FOR STARWARS TO RUN IN WINDOWS 7.

INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR DISC DRIVE D

1. Install Star Wars in Windows XP or older Windows or use the RAR files, set to default \BTM Folder.
2. Copy the Installed \BTM folder to a Mem Stick.
3. Copy the \BTM Folder to the Win 7 Computer. Be sure the folder is C:\BTM
4. Open Note Pad and Create a New Text File called: BTMx64 Install.reg
5. Copy paste the Install Text, Save and then run to update the Registry. Note D is the disc reader.
6. Create a shortcut of the behind.exe and add to your Start Menu.
Star Wars Magic Install Registry Update courtesy of CRTGAMER wrote:Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC\Behind The Magic]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC\Behind The Magic\v1.0]
"Executable"="C:\\BTM\\BTM.EXE"
"Install Path"="C:\\BTM"
"Source Path"="D:"
"CD Path"="D:"
"Analyze Path"="D:\\INSTALL\\SysCheck.exe"
"Source Dir"="D:\\"
"InstallType"=dword:00000009
To Uninstall Star Wars Behind The Magic
1. Delete C:\BTM Folder and the Shortcut off the Start Menu.
1. Create a new text file called: BTMx64 Uninstall.reg
2. Copy Paste and then run to update registry.
Star Wars Magic Uninstall Registry Update courtesy of CRTGAMER wrote:Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC\Behind The Magic]
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Reference CD Roms of the past have information that need rediscovered
Please feel free to leave a reply on success as well as review of Star Wars Behind The Magic. I think in today's age of convenient access online research many tend to miss out on valuable information on some older CD ROMs such as this. The reference CDs and hard drive install route means the information always available and not lost when a website goes away.

Links - Star Wars Behind The Magic only $5.00 shipped online! :shock:

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Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Wars ... _the_Magic

Review by Koffee Kenobi - https://www.coffeewithkenobi.com/star-w ... ers-guide/

Rancho Obiwan Museum - http://www.ranchoobiwan.org/

Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Star-Wars-Behind ... 0_70668520

Amazon 2nd Listing - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00004UBJD/re ... eml_rv0_dp

Ebay - https://www.ebay.com/p/Star-Wars-Behind ... 8/56241170

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Star Wars Behind Magic Screenshots - Click the Spoiler
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Great stuff hidden in the Star Wars Behind The Magic CDs. One of the prototype models.

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The boxes that came with the bonus Yoda Lithograph have a silver sticker on the shrink wrap that identifies this. I carefully split the wrap which now becomes a labeled protective liner for the Lithograph. 8)


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Note that only the 1st edition release of Star Wars Behind The Magic include the Yoda Art Lithograph. My stack of software direct from Lucas Arts shipment boxes are not for sale, get your own inexpensive Star Wars at online stores. :idea:

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Rob Wainfur wrote:https://www.coffeewithkenobi.com/star-wars-behind-the-magic-a-look-back-at-the-insiders-guide/

The information packed on to these discs was simply incredible. Selecting a category such as technology and then vehicles you could find out all the information you need on say a Speeder Bike. You would have options such as a full description of the bike or a gallery including a 3D model that would rotate so you can see every angle of the bike. You even got audio to hear the familiar sound of the bike and a video showing of course the speeder bike chase and Leia falling from her bike. It truly was a multimedia experience.

Just like Wikipedia today you could start looking at one article and then you could click on something related or in the same category. Before you know it you’ve gone from looking at Speeder Bikes to a Princess Leia fashion show. Yes you read that right. On the discs were some funny 3D rendered scenes made especially for Behind The Magic. As mentioned we had a Leia fashion show which showed Princess Leia in her various costumes on a virtual catwalk with cameras flashing all around.

The Expanded Universe was also represented and this I used a lot for cross referencing my Kenner Star Wars collection. Every figure was represented with a photo and some useful information on each one. It was like a menu virtual Steve Sansweet book. In fact it was Steve Sansweet who contributed to this section, sharing the impressive collection he had acquired even back in 1998. The last category was Glossary so you could look up every word relating to Star Wars.

The best of these animations though was the virtual tour of the Millennium Falcon. Painstakingly recreated for the CD-ROM which was designed by artist, Dan Colon and David West Reynolds. For the first time ever, you could walk around a fully rendered Millennium Falcon stopping at various points to find out exactly what each component did. It was incredible!

Steve Sansweet Star Wars memorabilia is amazing, the CD Rom shows part of the collection.

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Wookie Roar: "Get Star Wars Behind The Magic! May the force be with you."

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RAR files download for creating Star Wars Windows 7 full install:
Attachments
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BTM2.rar
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Re: Star Wars Behind The Magic - Windows 7 64bit Fix

by Tanooki Thu Aug 17, 2017 8:35 pm

Impressive.

Is this like an official dodge to get around Windows doing that whiny blocking of 16bit installers? If so I'd love to find out if this would apply to Sim City Classic (and Civilization1) for Windows. I miss those two games and no one has ever bothered to fix them unlike so many others.
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Re: Star Wars Behind The Magic - Windows 7 64bit Fix

by CRTGAMER Fri Aug 18, 2017 11:52 am

Welcome to Racketboy Leia. It was your query back on Amazon that encouraged me to come forth with this new Guide with expanded info for the Windows 7 fix and now the full hard drive install work around.

By asking the questions back on Amazon; thank you for reminding me to do this! :D

Quoted from my sales thread:
Leia Organa wrote:http://www.racketboy.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=1108732#p1108732

I managed to make the game run on Windows 7 64-bit by following the instructions that are provided above.

It occurred an issue though. When I tried to click on one of the features that are contained in Disk 2 of the game (such as Expanded Universe etc) the game asks me to insert Disk 2 in order to have access to those features.What should I do now?

Insert Disk 2 of the game to my computer's BD Rom or I need to do an update or something else first so that the CD could be read by my computer's BD Rom?

In the original Windows Fix, all you would have to do is swap CDs to the same disc reader when prompted. The Lucas Arts program did not allow two disc readers. I could have created a BAT file to allow two disc readers, decided to go all out with the convenient full hard drive install. Most discs of the day originally did not allow full install due to smaller hard drives back then and also as a form of copy protection requiring the disc inserted.

My new updated fix uses a RUNME.BAT file to read the "discs" now installed fully on the hard drive. See the OP for the new RAR downloads. Since you have already enabled the Win 7 fix, you are familiar on how it works; here are my suggestions:

1. Rename your existing BLM folder to something like BLM Backup.

2. Download the two RAR files in the OP and follow the instructions including updating the Registry.

3. Move BLM to root of hard drive.

4. Be sure to copy the entire CDs to folders created as described in the OP.

5. Create a shortcut for RUNME.BAT and place in the Start Menu.

6. Once confirmed the new replacement BLM folder works, you can delete the older BLM Backup folder.


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Spoiler below contains important images and info for use in the OP.

Be sure to properly exit RUNME.BAT (MSDOS Prompt) when done watching Star Wars.
Star Wars Runme 01.JPG
Star Wars Runme 01.JPG (41.84 KiB) Viewed 266 times

After pressing a key, the bat file will rename the CD folders back to CD1 and CD2.
Star Wars Runme 02.JPG
Star Wars Runme 02.JPG (28.18 KiB) Viewed 266 times

Star Wars Behind The Magic front end, click Start to begin.
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Re: Star Wars Behind The Magic - Windows 7 64bit Fix

by CRTGAMER Fri Aug 18, 2017 1:06 pm

Tanooki wrote:Impressive.

Is this like an official dodge to get around Windows doing that whiny blocking of 16bit installers? If so I'd love to find out if this would apply to Sim City Classic (and Civilization1) for Windows. I miss those two games and no one has ever bothered to fix them unlike so many others.

In the OP, the RAR files and instructions are a Windows 7 64bit fix particular to the Star Wars Behind The Magic Win 95 discs. Other Win 95 games that have 16 bit installers with 32 bit run start files can be made to work in Win 7. The trickiest part would be to locate related to install INI files or Registry entries in REGEDIT.EXE Windows 95 or Windows XP folders. I think a game installed in Windows XP install would be easier to recode; any older INI files pretty much will be in the Win XP Registry making the conversion to Windows 7 Registry easier.

1. Install a game in older PC with Windows 95 or Windows XP PC in compatibility mode.

2. Locate the INI or Registry files related to install. Copy, Edit to create new registry installer.

3. Copy folder installed in older PC to newer Windows 7 PC.

4. Run the newly created Registry installer; see my example (Nut Bolts Spoiler) in OP to get the coding idea.

5. Once the CD method worked out, a created RUNME.BAT file for multi disc game needed for a Win 7 full hard drive install.
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by CRTGAMER Sun Aug 20, 2017 3:57 pm

Star Wars Behind The Magic Trivia Answers
Updated the OP with more info, expanded review and pictures.

Okay, here is something very useful for the Trivia game. The entire answers to all the questions located by exploring the CD Roms. The categories in the questions show the amount of detail that are in the reference discs. I also included the original Trivia Answers.txt attached below.

Josh Murray wrote:STAR WARS BEHIND THE MAGIC Trivia Question Answers

Introduction:
Anyone who is a Star Wars fan should get Star Wars: Behind the Magic as soon as you can. It is the most comprehensive collection of Star Wars knowledge I have ever found in one place. With that said, anyone who has it knows of the trivia questions placed throughout this two CD guide to Star Wars. Some of the questions are fairly easy while others tend to be a challenge. In any event, trying to answer them all and get a perfect score of 300/300 is a challenge even a Jedi Master would find trying. I've compiled all of those answers in this here easy to use guide.
No worries in clicking the spoiler, only the category and answer code are shown.
The answers are arranged by category thus:

1. Charters
-Main
-Creatures & Aliens
-Groups & Organizations
2. Technology
-Vehicles
-Star Fighters
-Aircraft
-Groundcraft
-Capital Ships
-Other Vessels
-Weapons
-Personal Weapons
-Starship & Planetary
-Devices
-Droid Devices
-Personal Devices
-Vehicle Devices
-Industrial Devices
3. Locations
4. Scene by Scene
-Star Wars
-Empire Strikes Back
-Return of the Jedi
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1. Characters
============================================

-MAIN-

2-1B (B)
4-LOM (C)
Ackbar (A)
Anakin, Jacen and Jaini (D)
Anakin Skywalker (C)
Bib Fortuna (A)
Biggs (B)
Boba Fett (A)
Bossk (C)
Boushh (D)
C-3P0 (A)
Chewbacca (B)
Chewbacca's Family (C)
Chief Chirpa's Tribe (D)
Darth Vader (B)
Dengar (A)
Dodonna (B)
Emperor (B)
FX-7 (C)
Garindan (A)
Garm Bel Iblis (D)
Greedo (A)
Han Solo (C)
IG-88 (B)
Imperial Officers (C)
Jabba (B)
Jabba's Court (D)
Jabba's Droid Pool (A)
Jabba's Guards (B)
Lando (C)
Lobot (B)
Luke Skywalker (B)
Luke's Friends (C)
Madine (A)
Mara Jade (D)
Max Rebo Band (A)
Modal Nodes (D)
Mon Mothma (B)
Mos Eisley Cantina Patrons (A)
Nien Nunb (C)
Obi-Wan Kenobi (D)
Oola (D)
Owen & Beru Lars (A)
Piett (B)
Princess Leia (A)
R2-D2 (B)
Rebel Enlisted (A)
Rieekan (A)
Salacious Crumb (B)
Tarkin (D)
Thrawn (C)
Veers (C)
Wedge (A)
Wicket (B)
Yoda (A)
Zuckuss (D)

-CREATURES & ALIENS-

Bantha (B)
Bith (C)
Bothan (A)
Bogwing (D)
Bubo (B)
Dewback (C)
Dianoga (D)
Dragonsnake (B)
Ewok (B)
Gammorrean (C)
Hutt (D)
Ithorian (A)
Jawa (D)
Krayt Dragon (C)
Mon Calmari (D)
Mynock (B)
Nikto (D)
Noghri (A)
Rancor (C)
Rodian (D)
Ronto (A)
Sarlac (C)
Scurrier (B)
Space Slug (C)
Sullustan (A)
Tauntan (D)
Tusken Raider (D)
Twi'lek (C)
Ugnaught (C)
Wampa (B)
Weequay (C)
Womp Rat (A)
Wookie (D)
Worrt (B)
Yuzzum (A)

-GROUPS & ORGANIZATIONS-

B'omarr Monks (C)
Black Sun (D)
Blastech (A)
Corellian Engineering Corporation (B)
Dark Jedi (A)
Empire (B)
Imperial Gunners (C)
Imperial Royal Guard (D)
Incom (B)
Jedi Knights (C)
Kuat Drive Yards (A)
New Republic (C)
Rebel Alliance (D)
Rebel Infantry (A)
Rebel Pilots (B)
Rogue Squadron (D)
Sand Troopers (C)
Scout Troopers (C)
Sienar Fleet Systems (C)
Snow Troopers (D)
Storm Troopers (A)
Tie Fighter Pilots (A)

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2. Technology
============================================

-VEHICLES-

*Star Fighters
A-Wing (B)
B-Wing (A)
Tie Advanced (B)
Tie Bomber (A)
Tie Fighter (D)
Tie Interceptor (C)
X-Wing (D)
Y-Wing (C)
*Aircraft
Ewok Hang Glider (C)
Snowspeeder (A)
T-16 Skyhopper (D)
Twin-Pod Cloud Car (D)
*Groundcraft
AT-AT (A)
AT-ST (D)
Desert Skiff (D)
Landspeeder (C)
Sail Barge (B)
Sandcrawler (B)
Speeder Bike (C)
Swoop (C)
*Capital Ships
Executor (D)
Imperial Star Destroyer (A)
Mon Cal Star Cruiser (C)
Rebel Blockade Runner (C)
Rebel Cruiser (A)
Rebel Transport (B)
*Other Vessels
Imperial Landing Craft (B)
Imperial Shuttle (A)
Death Star (A)
Death Star II (A)
Millennium Falcon (B)
Outrider (A)
Slave I (B)

-WEAPONS-

*Personal Weapons
Blaster (B)
Blaster Rifle (B)
Bowcaster (C)
E-Web Repeating Blaster (A)
Force Pike (A)
Gaderffii (D)
Ionization Blaster (B)
Lightsaber (B)
Thermal Detonator (B)
Vibro-Ax (D)
*Starship & Planetary
Anti-Infantry Battery (D)
Antivehicle Artillery (D)
Ion Cannon (A)
Laser Cannon (A)
Proton Torpedo (D)
Quad Laser Cannon (D)
Superlaser (B)
Turbolaser (D)

-DEVICES-

*Droid Devices
Astromech Droid (A)
ASP Droid (B)
GNK Power Droid (B)
Interrogator Droid (D)
MSE Mouse Droid (B)
Patrol Droid (B)
Probot (B)
Protocol Droid (C)
Remote (C)
Restraining Bolt (D)
*Personal Devices
Comlink (B)
Electrobinoculars (D)
Holgram (C)
Imperial Code Cylinder (B)
Meditation Chamber (C)
*Vehicle Devices
Deflector Shield (C)
Escape Pod (A)
Hyperdrive (D)
Ion Engine (D)
Repulsor Lift Engine (A)
Tractor Beam (C)
*Industrial Devices
Bacta Tank (C)
Breath Mask (D)
Carbon Freezing Chamber (A)
Prosthetic Replacement (A)
Scan Grid (B)
Vaporator (D)

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3. Location
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Alderaan (B)
Bespin (A)
-Cloud City (B)
Corellia (D)
Coruscant (C)
-Imperial City (C)
Dagobah (D)
-Cave of Evil (C)
-Yoda's Home (B)
Dantooine (A)
Endor (C)
-Ewok Village (C)
-Shield Generator (B)
Hoth (D)
-Echo Base (B)
-Hoth Asteroid Belt (D)
-Wampa Ice Cave (D)
Kashyyyk (A)
Kessel (B)
Mon Calamari (C)
Naboo (X)
Nal Hutta (X)
-Nar Shaddaa (D)
Ord Mantell (A)
Tatooine (B)
-Anchorhead & Toche Station (C)
-Beggar's Canyon (D)
-Dune Sea & Junland Wastes (D)
-Great Pit of Carkoon (C)
-Jabba's Palace (C)
-Lar's Moisture Farm (A)
-Mos Eisley Space Port (D)
-Obi-Wan Kenobi's Home (A)
Yavin (C)
-Massassi Temple (B)
-Yavin IV (D)

Note: (X) means there is no question.

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4. Scene by Scene
============================================

-STAR WARS-
SW-3 (B)
SW-6 (C)
SW-17 (B)
SW-21 (D)
SW-21 (B)
SW-25 (B)
SW-27 (D)
SW-28 (C)
SW-28 (A)
SW-30 (B)
SW-32 (A)
SW-38 (D)
SW-38 (A)
SW-41 (B)
SW-47 (B)
SW-48 (B)
SW-55 (A)
SW-57 (C)
SW-59 (A)
SW-60 (C)
SW-64 (A)
SW-65 (A)
SW-66 (B)
SW-66 (C)
SW-71 (C)
SW-72 (B)
SW-73 (D)
SW-74 (D)

-EMPIRE STRIKES BACK-
ESB-11 (C)
ESB-17 (A)
ESB-20 (A)
ESB-22 (C)
ESB-28 (D)
ESB-32 (C)
ESB-42 (A)
ESB-45 (D)
ESB-52 (A)
ESB-53 (D)
ESB-55 (A)
ESB-56 (C)
ESB-63 (C)
ESB-71 (D)
ESB-82 (B)
ESB-83 (A)
ESB-90 (C)
ESB-95 (B)

-RETURN OF THE JEDI-
ROJ-1 (D)
ROJ-4 (C)
ROJ-8 (C)
ROJ-14 (B)
ROJ-22 (D)
ROJ-23 (B)
ROJ-26 (D)
ROJ-27 (D)
ROJ-28 (B)
ROJ-29 (A)
ROJ-30 (B)
ROJ-31 (A)
ROJ-32 (C)
ROJ-34 (D)
ROJ-37 (B)
ROJ-38 (B)
ROJ-39 (A)
ROJ-40 (C)
ROJ-40 (B)
ROJ-40 (A)
ROJ-43 (C)
ROJ-44 (A)
ROJ-44 (A)
ROJ-51 (C)
ROJ-55 (B)
ROJ-59 (C)
ROJ-60 (A)
ROJ-60 (C)
ROJ-61 (D)

Note: For every instance that there is more than one trivia question per page, I list the answers in order of the questions.

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Credits & Copyright Information
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This FAQ was written by and copy written to Josh Murray.

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http://members.xoom.com/IN_CONTROL/
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Star Wars : Behind the Magic is copy written to
Lucasarts Entertainment Company and Lucasfilm Ltd.

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Note for cheaters that want to get the perfect "bowling game" score of 300, do the following.

1. Download and open the Trivia Answers file, be sure it is windowed view mode.
2. Run Star Wars Behind The Magic; press ALT ENTER to view in windowed mode.
3. Have care not to click close on the RUNME.BAT file.
4. You can now answer the questions jumping between the program and txt file answers.
5. Be sure to exit Star Wars properly by clicking the Controls and press X in the RUNME.BAT.

One of the Trivia Question screenshots, guess which Light Sabre before looking in the spoiler above.

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The Trivia Answers RAR file attachment below:
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