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Thread: Another way to defeat starforce.

  1. #11

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    Forgot to mention.. Works also for PoP: T2T and FIA GTR.

    I've tried 3 Starforce games. It was soo easy to run them. I'm glad I have an nForce mobo.

  2. #12

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    Hello!
    I was just going to test this to get x3 - reunion to work.
    I dont want to open up my computer becouse then my guarantee goes out and if something brakes i cannot get it fixed for free.
    But i dont have that Standard Dual Thingy.
    This is what i have:

    It is on swedish but it should not be that hard to understand what it is anyway ^^
    So what should i do?

    /Dexxa

  3. #13

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    Please don't double post, this forum is moderated so it will take sime time until your post will be showing up.
    You have to unplug the drives, the method which is wrote some post before will only work for X3 if you have a NForce 3/4 board. Shutdown your pc unplug the plugs of your drives mount the mds image and play.
    If you know to which controller your drives (dvd-rom, writer) are connected you can disable this and try if it's working. Or just look which can be disabled and try it but be careful.

  4. #14

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    Ok did not know it was moderated =)

    Well like i said before... I dont want to open up my computer becouse of the guarantee.
    So i can try to disable the IDE channel and try if it works?
    And if it dont work there is nothing i can do about it?

    /Dexxa

  5. #15

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    Works also with Asrock Dual Agp/pciex with ULi 1695 chipset

  6. #16

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    Youcan buy an IDE Controller but therfore you've to open up your pc too.

  7. #17
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    I never heard of voiding warranty by opening and upgrading your computer.
    Btw: X3 WILL NOT work by only disabling the channel.

    Hey Dexxa: are you from germany?
    In germany you won't void your warranty by opening your pc.
    There should be no warranty seal at your tower.
    Last edited by DomiOh : 10.01.2006 at 19:34

  8. #18

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    No i am from sweden.
    They sat a warranty like that just to make them not to open up the computer and destroy something.
    They dont want to repair something that (maybe) i intended to destroy in the computer (not that i would), but you never know.

    /Dexxa

  9. #19
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    That sounds strange to me.
    That's one of the reasons I never would buy a "ready" system.
    I only buy components. But I am able to build a computer system myself.
    But not everyone can do this.

    So I respect you don't want to open your PC.
    Last edited by DomiOh : 11.01.2006 at 15:49

  10. #20

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    Well i am going in an IT school so i can (If i cant) build my own system.
    But it was my mother who bought this computer for me, so there was nothing i could do =P

    /Dexxa

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