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#1 Professional

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Posted 19 March 2006 - 04:31 AM

Hello,
I would like to state a few things before we continue.
A) I have the original games
:thumbsup: I am doing this because my Original Disc got scratched and had to pay $15 for repairing!
C) Only for the use of Disc Elimination
D) BC RULES!

I have NFS:MW and few other games and I hate the stack of CDs near my CPU, they get scratched and heated up every now and then, and cost me $15. I would like to make back-ups of these cds and use them. After searhing I came up with this - Alcohol 120%! After downloading the setup file I got a message saying this:

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I just want some advice on it and if there's a better approach please do share it with me.

Thank You!

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Posted 20 March 2006 - 12:32 PM

Do you plan to use a kernel debugger on your system (if you don't know what it is, chances are that you aren't going to use it!) A kernel debugger is a way of troubleshooting the code in applications that are being developed. You can also use it to troubleshoot problems on a system.

In short, it's OK to let it install. Should you progress to the point where you need a kernel debugger - you'll have to remember to uninstall the Alcohol program.
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Posted 20 March 2006 - 05:29 PM

Oh Okay. I have no clue what Kernel Debugger is well now I do since you gave an explaination, Since I always have the optio of removing it and use Kernel Debgger in future cause guess I will carry on with the installation.

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