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Star Wars: Jedi Academy

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by Ayanthrax, Nov 3, 2004.

  1. Ayanthrax

    Ayanthrax Member

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    I have downloaded an ISO of Jedi Academy and I was rather upset by the fact that I could not get it to work by burning a copy. Since I'm a computer noob I had to do research to find out that the game is Securom protected and therefore I tried making a ccd and writing a Copy using clone CD, without skipping bad sectors. That did not work. Then, I downloaded a [bold]bwa[/bold] file for the game, lined it with the ccd using TwinPeak and then burning it again as a Protected PC Game in CloneCD.

    That also did not provide me with a working CD. When I loaded the CD in the tray and then tapped the official exe files to the game, it said there was no CD in the tray. Now I am out of Ideas. So I came here hoping someone else might know what I have to do.

    Additional information: The Volume of the original ISO was named 'Jedi Acadmy'. I don't know if that typo affects the usability of the resulting copy. Some clarification would be incredibly appreciated.

    T.Y.I.A.
     
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    pollushon Regular member

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    ISO format cannot hold the copy protection data therefore making the image invalid.
     
  3. Ayanthrax

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    So what you tell me is that I have to find someone with the official version and make a copy?
     
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    pollushon Regular member

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    No thats illegal, you should go and buy the game, and help support the game maker instead of sponging off them.
     

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