Hooked on UT 2003

Discussion in 'PC Gaming' started by bullelk, Nov 22, 2002.

  1. bullelk

    bullelk Guest

    Hello All,

    I am addicted to UT 2003 and play every evening for too long. I own the retail game and treat the 3 disc set with care but I am afraid that Disc 1 will get scratched ect since I have to use it everytime I want to play.

    Is there some way I can load all of the needed files from the Disc onto my harddrive and preserve the sacred disc from damage? I was hoping there was an option to do so during the intial installation but it didn't happen.

    Has anyone done this?
     
  2. keylo

    keylo Guest

    yes there is a solution....

    you need to grab the UT2k3 no-cd patch... i wont put the url here, cuz i dont know whats allowed and whats not exactly... but i am sure if you do a search on the net you will find what you are looking for :)
     
  3. bullelk

    bullelk Guest

    Thanks Keylo, I found the file and will install it tonight.
     
  4. BonyTony

    BonyTony Moderator

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    keylo you were right in thinking that no-cd fixs are classed as warez...i have had this discussion before and last i was told they are not to be posted:p
     
  5. bullelk

    bullelk Guest

    Sorry Bony,

    My intent was simply to save my disc from harm, I would not try to ask anyone here to post anything that violates the forum rules.

    Please accept my apology.
     
  6. BonyTony

    BonyTony Moderator

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    Lol...no need bullelk i was not complaining i think a large majority of users in here use at some time no-cd fixs....i do!! i cannot stand swapping cds and having my drives spinning up,it was that i asked a question is a no-cd fix classed as warez a while ago and the reply in the end was yes...i had to ask i did not fully understand the situation(i was told to read the rules which i did but obviously missed the no-cd fix bit:rolleyes: )
     
  7. BonyTony

    BonyTony Moderator

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    Lol...no need bullelk i was not complaining nothing bothers me :--) i think a large majority of users in here use at some time no-cd fixs....i do!! i cannot stand swapping cds and having my drives spinning up,it was that i asked a question is a no-cd fix classed as warez a while ago and the reply in the end was yes...i had to ask i did not fully understand the situation(i was told to read the rules which i did but obviously missed the no-cd fix bit:rolleyes: )