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Diablo2 protection? - 7/4/2002 12:37:31 AM   
iiee

 

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Can anyone tell me what kind of protection is used on Diablo2 CD? I try clony, clonyxl, detectcd... bla bla all reported *no* protection. Anyhow I can't make a working copy of the playdisc; it will prompt to insert the original.

Software: CloneCD 4.0.19, Blindwrite.
Writer : Yamaha 3200EZ 1.0d @ 16x

Thank you.

p.s. The image ripped by cloneCD and blindread did not work using Deamon tools 3.16 as well...same prompting message.
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RE: Diablo2 protection? - 7/4/2002 2:36:18 AM   
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I think it has a mix of Securom and custom cd-checks

Make sure you enable SubChannel reading for data/audio during the reading process

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RE: Diablo2 protection? - 7/4/2002 3:17:40 AM   
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Make sure that the "Read Subchannel Data", and "Read Audio Data" are on, and set "Fast Error Skip" to auto with all else off. Then in the write section I make sure that the "Close Disk" and "Do not repair subchannel Data" are marked and then "Amplify weak Sectors" is marked. I left everything to max as far as read and write speeds and mine worked fine. Now I have a liteon drive so it may not go for you, but I think it will work....

Visit www.cdrtimes.net too. Another great place....

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RE: Diablo2 protection? - 7/18/2002 4:32:59 PM   
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Hi guys

I'm new to this forum so I don't know whats really right or wrong.

But I backed up my copy of Diablo2 Playdisk with an EXE patch from megagames.com.
Copy the playdisk to the hard drive, insert patch, burn to disk. Install game, run patch, play game forever without inserting any disk thingys.

Hope that helps

Zinc404

*190000 Amps creates a cool magnetic field*


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RE: Diablo2 protection? - 7/19/2002 12:26:01 PM   
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everyone can do that. The reason why people want 1:1 blizard games is bnet. Now most cr*cked versions will not work with bnet.




Edited by - rjw on 07/19/2002 12:31:03

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RE: Diablo2 protection? - 7/19/2002 8:49:38 PM   
Tron

 

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Like the man says.... Most people do not want to have to crack the game. They want the true 1:1 copy.

Visit www.cdrtimes.net too. Another great place....

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