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Posted on Thursday, November 10 2005 @ 14:48:48 CET by LSDsmurf

Anti Blah is yet another anti-SecuROM7 registry trick which enables you to play with legal backups of your games.

1) mount the clone or maxi image with Daemon Tools or Alcohol 120%
2) run the _on.bat corresponding to your OS language
3) set win2000 compatibility mode for your game .exe
4) launch the game & play :)
5) run the _off.bat corresponding to your OS language (it's strongly advised as reboot won't cancel the registry trick)

NOTE: if there isn't your language, just edit the EN batches and replace "administrators" by the group name used by your OS.
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Re: Antiblah
by Anonymous on Saturday, December 24 2005 @ 11:41:28 CET
What Antiblah is supposed to do? i run it, it doesnt do sh*t to my windows registry. it doesnt say anything, no errors, no nothing, just All done, now play. then i mount the image, use sd4hide and still the game says, put the real cd on, not the backupcd. what i can do? merry xmas!

  • Reply by Anonymous on Saturday, April 29 2006 @ 13:44:01 CEST

    3) set win2000 compatibility mode for your game .exe

  • Reply by Anonymous on Monday, August 14 2006 @ 13:03:24 CEST

    Goddamnit! This small file rox! I would like to have sex whoever programmed this sh1t xD tytyty so much!


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