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  • #31
    Command and Conquer 3 Version 1.05 / Windows Vista Business x64 / YASU 1.2b 7060 / All DT Emulations off / VSO EZplay not installed / VCD9 not installed

    Playing with Game Disc (YASU enabled): A required security module can't be activated. Execution of this application failed. (translated, original message is German) - Error Nr. 7001

    Playing with MDS Image (YASU enabled): A required security module can't be activated. Execution of this application failed. - Error Nr. 7001

    Playing with Game Disc (YASU disabled): The game starts.

    Playing with MDS Image (YASU disabled): Conflict with emulation software.

    It all worked perfectly with patch 1.04, now I have to use my original disc.
    MfG, Benni

    Mail: benni@copybase.org
    IRC: #dt & #copybase at irc.copybase.org

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    • #32
      Try using Y.A.S.U with the parameter "-usuck"
      i.e. "YASU.exe -usuck"


      fyi, the parameter is only for use with YASU 1.2b.
      Mail:
      curerom @ daemon-tools.cc

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      • #33
        Hi sYk0,

        doesnt work. That command line parameter hides the tooltip of YASU, doesnt it?
        But still the same message for me :-(. Security module couldnt be loaded... etc.
        MfG, Benni

        Mail: benni@copybase.org
        IRC: #dt & #copybase at irc.copybase.org

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        • #34
          Originally Posted by Reef View Post
          You're not using the latest YASU. Get 1.2b here.
          Thanks but I tried that last night bro. Still no dice for me, i tried the same combinations of renaming etc. The official C&C3 forum has a thread about it. Might be some more info in there.

          http://forums.ea.com/mboards/thread....32410&tstart=0

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          • #35
            English
            Read this:
            http://forums.ea.com/mboards/message...&sls=2#2314829

            German
            An alle, bei denen es nicht mehr funktioniert:
            Start => Ausführen => regedit (eintippen, bestätigen)
            Den Schlüssel
            Code:
            HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE / SYSTEM / MountedDevices
            aufsuchen.
            Darin alle blauen Einträge löschen (alle REG_BINARY-Einträge). Anschließend muss ein Neustart gemacht werden.
            Das ist eine Lösung aus dem C&C3-Forum von EA, die bei mir funktioniert hat!

            Edit
            WARNING: Devices will be reassigned to their drive letters. So you might have to re-order them manually in the devices management panel of Windows.
            Warnung: Die Laufwerksbuchstaben werden nach diesem Vorgang neu zugeordnet. Möglicherweise muss das in der Computerverwaltung beim Datenträger-Management rückgängig gemacht werden.
            Last edited by Benni; 08.06.2007, 13:20.
            MfG, Benni

            Mail: benni@copybase.org
            IRC: #dt & #copybase at irc.copybase.org

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            • #36
              have u testet it? i dont want to do it

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              • #37
                Of course.
                MfG, Benni

                Mail: benni@copybase.org
                IRC: #dt & #copybase at irc.copybase.org

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                • #38
                  other warning -> you might bsod if you do this (some controller chipsets/drivers poll this registry key).. so reboot as soon as you can after deleting the keys..
                  my views are 100% personal views..

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                  • #39
                    I guess thats a SecuROM bug, as it can happen with the original DVD inserted in the physical drive too.
                    Upgrade your programs:
                    DaemonTools --- SPTD --- YASU --- PID

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                    • #40
                      well, securom 'recommendation', doesnt necessarially mean its their bug... windows is weird sometimes too
                      my views are 100% personal views..

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                      • #41
                        Originally Posted by Benni View Post
                        CNC 3 1.05 doesnt work with latest (7060) YASU.

                        It tells me that a security module cannot be loaded.
                        I've got Windows Vista Business x64.

                        @Syko: I emailed you the protected exe.

                        Exactly your problem . But using Windows Vista Ultimate 32Bit.

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                        • #42
                          You should read this post too:
                          http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/show...3&postcount=35

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                          • #43
                            Command and Conquer Patch 1.06

                            CNC 3 1.06 doesnt work with latest (7060) YASU.

                            It recognize the emulation software.
                            I've got Windows Vista Ultimate 32 Bit.

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                            • #44
                              Same here, problems came with the new patch 1.06 released this week.

                              I also have Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit and YASU v1.2b.7060. I already tried the -usuck parameter but without effect. I guess therefore that an update of YASU is required to bypass the new protection.

                              If you need any help with testing, let me know.

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                              • #45
                                Originally Posted by burli View Post
                                CNC 3 1.06 doesnt work with latest (7060) YASU.
                                It recognize the emulation software.
                                I've got Windows Vista Ultimate 32 Bit.
                                Same problem here, Windows XP 32 bit, YASU 7060.

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