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    Default well i have problem with starforce

    hi

    i have bought this computer
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    my cpu is intel(R) Core(TM)2 |CPU 6400 2.113 HZ


    my mainboard is intel(R) 82801 Gb/GR/GH(ICH7 Family) Serial ATA Storage controller -27CO


    will i have problem

    with the starfoge games protection;;;

    with this cpu i have bought now;;

    can you help me please;;
    do i have to do unplug;;;;

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    Apart from the fact that your post is rather badly readable, I suppose you mean whether you need to unplug your optical IDE drives to play games protected with recent StarForce versions.

    First of all, it doesn't matter at all what processor you're using. There are boards with nForce 3 and nForce 4 that don't need unplugging. You're not using an NVIDIA based board, so you'll need to unplug your drives for the latest versions of StarForce to work.

    For more information, please check the thread about SCSI blacklists.
    "I was inappropriately blunt, wasn't I? Sorry, I do that a lot."

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    I thought newest SF doesn't perform IDE check anymore? Or am I wrong?

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    I also think so, don't know exactly which version but the newer version are working with DT 4.06 without unplugging. Older versions (SF 3.5 - 3.7?) need unplugged drives.

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    i thought the new version had anti-emulation right??

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    Yes, the Marketing Department of SF developed "Anti-Emulation"
    Latest SF blocks all I/O except its own and some other stuff. It was mentioned here and somewhere else. Don't remember where.
    But as newest DT works with SF, "Anti-Emulation" does not seem to work very well.

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