Star Trek: Borg was developed and released by Simon and Schuster for personal computers running Windows 95. The game puts you in the shoes of a Starfleet Candidate who is given the opportunity to go back in time and rescue his father--from a ruthless alien threat known as "Borg." While Windows Vista users might be confused about playing a much older game on their computers, it is still possible to play the game by using the Windows Vista "Compatibility Mode" option.
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Insert the game disc into your computer and follow the necessary prompts to install the game (if you have not done so already).
Use your mouse to right-click the game's icon on your desktop.
Select the "Properties" option from the drop-down menu that appears. Select the "Compatibility Tab" in the Properties window.
Check the box next to the text "Run in Compatibility Mode For" and select "Windows 95" in the box under the text. Since the game was made for Windows 95, you should check the other boxes in the settings section of the window.
Select the "Apply" button to save your changes. Double-click the game icon on your desktop to make sure that the game is working properly with your computer.
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