Two weeks ago I let my fried borrow my Starcraft game, and he lost the case. While he had it I reformatted my HD, deleting Starcraft. So when I go to reload it I remember that I need the code on the CD MY FRIEND LOST!!! Can some one help me. I really would like to play that game.
I think your SOL on this one.
I don't know about games, but if you "register" them, can't you contact the company and get the code? Worth a try if you did.
Go to ***edit*** and punch in Starcraft. This site was created for situations exactly like this one..
**Sorry, can't allow warez/crack sites to be posted here**
[This message has been edited by socalgal (edited 09-11-99).]
hey shnikey..e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org for help...i can help you..
So make the SOB buy you a new game. Oh, and socalgal, it is not a ware if you bought the game, but you cannot get it to start with what they give you(even if the reason you cannot get it to start with what they give you is because you lost it). I have even found several #s that work universaly for Windows 95, Windows 98, NT 4.0, even have a list of 17 generic registration codes for Winzip, but as long as you buy the product, it can never be a ware.
[This message has been edited by KillerBug (edited 09-15-99).]
Regardless of the legal issues using warez for paid-for software, we cannot post warez/crack sites. You know that.
C'mon, if you really want to be helpful, you could take a clue from someone like chad - there are ways of supplying information DISCREETLY - catch my drift? I'm not trying to be rude. But that's the way it goes here.
BTW. If you have any valid information regarding the legal issues of using warez/cracks on legally obtained software, I would be happy to see it. Either here, or via email.
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