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Salmonboy

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Hi i have had battleifeld 2 for a while now and decided i wanted to play it the other day, the only problem is the disk is broken and it says i need to insert the disk to use it, is there any way i can play without using the disk?
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I have been playing BF2 since it came out. I don't believe you can play with out disk. The only way you may be able to, is to contact support through EA Link. I am able to play BF 2142 without any disks because I purchased/downloaded it from their site. So there may be a way they will let you download game to your computer, and using your license to boot up. Good luck!
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Er no, through every method i have tried you cant.

Battlefield 2 had anti-virtual drive protection so you can't even run the game into the boot screen without a physical drive.

Also, EA Downloader/Ea Link does not support Battlefield 2 (probably because it was rarely used at the time or wasnt even made).
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Yeah I should have checked EA link before my answer, they do not even offer the purchase there. Which means you may have to contact ElectronicArts directly and ask for a replacement disk. And they will need your license number I imagine. http://support.ea.co...?p_sid=qg7dItEi If you are a member just click on contact us and tell them of your situation.

Edited by MarkN, 18 June 2007 - 07:05 PM.

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I contacted ElectronicArts for you under my credentials and found this, these are the costs for replacement CD's "PC-CD products: $13.00 USD
Sony PlayStation 2, Sony PLAYSTATION 3, Microsoft Xbox, or Microsoft Xbox 360 products: $20.00 USD
Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, or Sony PlayStation Portable products: $15.00 USD
Sony PlayStation products: $15.00 USD
Nintendo Game Boy, Nintendo Game Boy Color, or Nintendo Game Boy Advance products: $15.00 USD
Jewel Case Classics products: $7.50 USD
Manual (Documentation) replacement: $5.00 USD
Mailing Address:
EA Customer Warranty
P.O. Box 9025
Redwood City, CA 94065-9025
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Also read this article it has info about patches for not having your CD. http://www.codinghor...ves/000888.html
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I've had my wii for awhile and im curently on 4.1 firmware and i would like to play import games on my wii. What do i need to do in order to play them. I really dont want to burn wii games but if that would be easier than i would.
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Are you using pc or console? If you are on a pc what version are you on?
There was a patch for pc released that allowed you to play BF2 online without your disc. Version 1.5 gives you new maps as well but it is a 1.5g download. You can download it here.
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