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Copying PC Games


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A Napkin

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I have 2 houses and I want to have a copy of halo at each house. I am looking for a program that I can use for vista. I would try alcohol 120% but u need more dl's to get that working well for vista.

any ideas?

Edited by A Napkin, 21 July 2007 - 11:30 AM.

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copying a game is harder than it used to be, im sorry to say. way back in the age of floppies you were free to copy a game as long as it was only you using it, but nowadays any copying is considered illegal. either use a program like Game Copier 2.0 to rip an ISO image, and use nero 7 ultra to burn the ISO, or you could find a No-CD EXE file, but i have used the no cd crack, and you have substantially less multiplayer matches to choose from. i could tell you where to get a no cd crack, but that would probably be pushing my luck on this forum.
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making a copy of the cd will not work due to copy protection.

as to the above recommendations: we can not recommend or support any game hacks as they violate our terms of service. This extends to no cd cracks.
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my bad
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