double file [restarts]

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  1. long

    long New Member

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    has anyone figerd out how 2 make the double file restarts yet?
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    you cant make it without cracking into the code (which is illegal)
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    MONSTARR This Here Is Real!

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    How many times do people have to say this!!
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    I just wonder if it really matters as long as the code was changed for the individual player and not a redistributed version. For example, I changed the code for my own use and I didn't upload my revised version of the game. Personally, I just don't see how they could tell I did if I wasn't on the internet:GEEK:
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    How long do you think it would take to rewrite all the game code for yellow flag restarts.

    let see the game when loaded was 600 mb, you could be looking at around 500gb-600gb in code file then have to find all the code for the restarts which could be all over the place.

    It will not happen in 5 minutes even if it could be done.

    My youngest is 15 , she could 21 before that items was completed
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  6. MattSRD28

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    That's kinda like asking "Is stealing a candy bar from a gas station ok? Only one person is in there and he's probably not watching anyway, and the shop won't miss a single candy bar."

    It's illegal to alter the code, published or not.
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    Scar7752 ɹǝqɯǝɯ ubısǝp buıɔɐɹ ɯıs

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    Wait, the NR2003 no cd patch is an exe edit right? Are those illegal?
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    All the no cd patch does is remove the cd safety checker
  9. Larry p

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    O.k i am not a computer guy what is a safety checker?

    larry p
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    the safety checker cd your cd to see if it legal
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    I guess that would be the same for freezing the field when the caution waves. Kinda can't be done, wish it could
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    No-CD's are hacked exes so technically speaking, you could be in court for it.
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  13. MattSRD28

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    Allright, I don't think we need to be talking about illegal activities, or potentially illegal activities any longer. Everything that needs to be said about this has been said.
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