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DNAS

Discussion in 'PS2' started by Cloner, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. Cloner

    Cloner Regular member

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    Hi, am i right in saying that duplicate copys of the same game have the same DNAS codes?, example will my copy of burnout 3 have the same codes as my mates copy?, if not do they all have an individual code?.
     
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    sly_61019 Senior member

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    not exactly. Once you have the game on your computer, you have to MANUALLY patch it with a dnas code.
     
  3. Cloner

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    eah i know that ive done it, but i was wondering if the codes are all the same for the same type of game?
     
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    no, every copy of the game is supposed to have a unique dnas id.
     
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    Ok, what would happen then if two games connected but had the same id codes? would you get banned or anything? nice car btw!
     
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    ive heard you get banned, but i don't think i have ever had someone confirm it.
     

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