Try thisTTGDarkAngel said:My problem lies when i try to initially install the game. I get through Disc perfectly fine on the enhanced edition then it asks me to insert the bonus DVD which it refuses to read.
Or you can use your cd-key to claim your backup copy from GOGJust thought I'd share my experiences with my installation problem since I found a workaround to the "Insert Bonus Game Content Disc" problem that may hopefully work for others. It involves creating and mounting images of the original media but works perfectly, though why the original media doesn't work is a mystery to me, since I'd imagine an image would be exactly the same as the original. Anyway, here's what to do.
0. Download and install the freeware tool MagicDisk from http://www.magiciso....sc-overview.htm.
1. Insert your Enhanced Edition install DVD.
2. Launch MagicDisc and select Make CD/DVD Image from the tray icon.
3. Ensure that the drive containing the DVD is selected in the Source CD/DVD-ROM drop-down menu.
4. Choose an appropriate location and name to store an 'image' of this DVD under Output File. For convenience I called mine Witcher1.
5. Click on OK. It'll take quite some time (10-20 minutes) so go and watch TV or something and come back later.
6. Do the same for the Bonus Content Disc, calling it anything you want - Witcher2 sounds good.
7. From the MagicDisc tray icon, go to Options and disable Autoverify (you may leave it on if you wish, but it takes a few minutes to verify and seems pointless - I've had no problems with this disabled - in fact I installed it without verifying).
8. From the MagicDisc tray icon, select Virtual CD/DVD-ROM, then to G: No Media (may not be G: but doesn't matter),. Select this then Mount. Then navigate to Witcher1 and open it.
9. Continue to install as you normally would (or wouldn't, as the case may be), and when the installer asks from the "Bonus Game Content Disc", repeat step 8 and select Witcher2 before continuing with the installation. It actually works!
10. Once the installation is finished, select Virtual CD/DVD-ROM again, click on Witcher2 and Unmount.
11. Insert the original install DVD and play.
Yes, it looks long-winded, but once you're done at least you can play the damn game. I've only tried it on one machine, but if this worked for me I don't see why it can't work for anyone else.