I own a (legal) copy of FIFA10 on PC and have recently bought a HP laptop without an optical drive. I wish to play the game on my laptop without the hassle of buying and carrying an external optical drive.
I installed Daemon Tools Pro (4.35.0308.0131) both on my PC and laptop and YASU (1.6 b9040) on my laptop.
First I created an MDF/MDS image of the game on my PC at Reading speed 6.0x, Profile New SecuROM, and DPM speed 6.0x. I then transferred the two created files (6.48 GB) over my home WLAN to my laptop. After successfully cloaking my virtual IDE drive with YASU, I mounted the image and successfully installed the game on my laptop. Once installed, I attempted to run the game by double-clicking the virtual IDE drive in My Computer but I receive a "Conflict with Emulation Software detected." error. Clicking on "Launch Analysis" produces the following prompt. I have tried to view the resulting log but it is encrypted.
After following some advice in similar threads on this forum, I have recreated the image at a slower DPM speed 4.0x but this has also produced the error prompt. The only other DPM speed I can try is 8.0x but I assume that a faster speed would be counter-productive.
Is there anything else I can try or is this the end of the road for me?
Any help is appreciated.
Operating System: Windows 7 Professional (32-bit)
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo P9300 @ 2.26GHz