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John Cutler

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Can someone please assist me.

We recnently purchased RCT3 Soaked and it was working fine.

My son then rolled my office chair over one of my brand new games "Swat 4" and snapped the disk in half.

This lead me to a brilliant idea of downloading a "no CD crack" so if it happened to any of my other games I would have this problem.

I had to reinstall RCT3 and Soaked for some reason and when I did this the PC is not recognising the soaked Cd and asks to install RCT3 disk. It is almost like it things soaked is stil linstalled, however I can assure you it isn't.

I have posted a request to Atari, but of course I want to be alive by the time I get a response so I thought someone here might be able to help.

I swear I have the original disks for the game.

John
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No response fro manyone or Atarai surprise
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Nothing we can do if the originals are damaged....we can not help you with those "no cd cracks". But for your other games that you still have on CD, what I suggest doing is either making a backup copy of it or use a program like Daemon Tools so it creates an image of the game on the computer and you can store your CD in a safe place.
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