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Tony Hawk Underground 2 - problem running a backup


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keith_jones

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When I try to play my backup of Tony Hawk's Underground 2, I get an error that says please insert disc 1. I have tried creating my ISO image using MagicDisk, and Hiding the virtual Drive with Virtual-Hide and also Daemon Tools.
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you wont be able to play using that cd and will have to use the original. This is caused by copy protection. This is not something we can help circumvent.
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Well I have used it before with the Virtual Hide CD program, and it worked. I did a clean format of my system and tried to install the game again, and my Daemon Tools/Virtual hide cd, and now this time it isn't working. I can't exactly remember how I cracked it the first time. My original cd is damaged.
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Nevermind, I got it to work.
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how did you do it?
i got the same game, and am having the same problem!!!
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