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#1 brooksey!!!


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Posted 07 April 2008 - 12:24 PM

Hi. My friend recently gave me need for speed most wanted on a hard drive. I still have it, but have problems installing it. Its not actually from the install disc, i think he downloaded it from some torrent. I mount all the drives (CD 1, CD 2, CD 3, CD4) onto Daemon Tools, and then access the first CD. It comes up with "Please Insert Correct CD." This is probably highly illegal, and will get me banned from the site but hey! Does anyone know how i can install it? Do i have to run SafeDisk4Hide to install? It was downloaded from HKZonda.
I did previously install it with no issues, then lost CD1. I got it fom my friend, and now this problem has arised. I uninstalled it a while back to save some disk space, and have now tried reinstalling it. Is it because of CD1?
Thanks for all your help.

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Posted 08 April 2008 - 07:47 PM

Yeah, I'm pretty sure your friend got it illegaly. If you're mounting with Daemon tools it's usually to avoid the safety features on most games and discs. I'm also pretty sure this site doesn't help anyone do anything illegaly especially copyrighting. Just to let you know I wouldn't try asking for help on that stuff.
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