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Thread: toca 3 starforce 3.7

  1. #11
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    @felixxx2: How did you create your image?

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    @felixxx2: How did you create your image? Maybe you need to make a new one. Use Alcohol, set DPM to high ( Starforce drivers must not be installed ), unplug optical drives, mount images, install, try to play.

  3. #13

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    Does the NForce 3/4 Bug allready exist in SF 3.7?

  4. #14

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    Yes it is working.I have nforce4 MB and Toca race driver 3 is working from backup for me.

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    the only way i've managed to play toca 3 is by unplugging all optical drives, mount the image on DT4.03, with all emulation off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sohman
    the only way i've managed to play toca 3 is by unplugging all optical drives, mount the image on DT4.03, with all emulation off.
    I don't think having all emulation options off makes a difference it's just unplugging the drives gets it working
    we used to eat food but millionaire scientists got together & wanted us to eat a bunch of chemicals

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    If you are mounting an image no emulation will be required. The emualtions only are for backup cd's. When you mout an image DT will automatically emulate it.

  8. #18

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnalCobra
    If you are mounting an image no emulation will be required. The emualtions only are for backup cd's. When you mout an image DT will automatically emulate it.
    can you explain what you mean by backup cds? thanks
    we used to eat food but millionaire scientists got together & wanted us to eat a bunch of chemicals

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    The RMPS emulation is needed if you burn the DPM onto a CD/DVD and want to get the game (normally Securom ans Starforce need the DPM) working, for mounting it's not required. The Safedisk, Securom and Laserlock emulation is only needed if you put an non 1:1 copy of a game into your drive. A non 1:1 copy is for example a game which was copied/backed up with nero or by copying the files onto your hdd and then burn them as a Data CD.
    So the Safedisk, Securom and Laserlock emualtion is nearly "never" required. Only if you put in a non 1:1 copy of a game which use this protection. Additionally the emulations are very old, so they only works with old Safedisk, Securom and Lasrlock versions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnalCobra
    The RMPS emulation is needed if you burn the DPM onto a CD/DVD and want to get the game (normally Securom ans Starforce need the DPM) working, for mounting it's not required. The Safedisk, Securom and Laserlock emulation is only needed if you put an non 1:1 copy of a game into your drive. A non 1:1 copy is for example a game which was copied/backed up with nero or by copying the files onto your hdd and then burn them as a Data CD.
    So the Safedisk, Securom and Laserlock emualtion is nearly "never" required. Only if you put in a non 1:1 copy of a game which use this protection. Additionally the emulations are very old, so they only works with old Safedisk, Securom and Lasrlock versions.
    What you say makes complete sense, I appreciate you explaining that, your one smart dude, thanks
    we used to eat food but millionaire scientists got together & wanted us to eat a bunch of chemicals

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