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DamienD 23 December 2019 18:13

Jack Nicklaus Presents The Major Championship Courses of 1990
 
Heya guys,

Does anyone have Jack Nicklaus Presents The Major Championship Courses of 1990 in either .ADF or .IPF?

I have found all other disks except this one :sad

DrBong 25 January 2020 18:08

Strange how this one never saw a scene release back in the day and that no-one has imaged the original! :confused Anyway, have a look at the ReadMe file in the archive. This Jack Nicklaus data disk may well have manual protection (sorry, I haven't had time to test!). If it does, then I've included scans for the manual protection check....although, ideally, a crack would be much handier methinks!

Lemme know how you go with it please! In the Zone. Enjoy!

DamienD 25 January 2020 18:15

Oh wow!!! Thank you kindly Carlo :bowdown :bowdown :bowdown

Off to test immediately ;)

...and if it needs cracking then I'm sure one of the EAB regular gurus will assist :p

BTW, do you happen to have these in your massive Amiga collection of originals by any chance?

DamienD 25 January 2020 18:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by DrBong (Post 1374316)
Lemme know how you go with it please! In the Zone. Enjoy!

Quote:

Originally Posted by DamienD (Post 1374317)
Off to test immediately ;)

Yup, works perfectly from a quick test :great

Like the other "Course" disks; the protection is handled by the original "Jack Nicklaus' Greatest 18 Holes of Major Championship Golf" disk.

https://i.imgur.com/BxlCFTg.png

https://i.imgur.com/9PAIiQQ.png

https://i.imgur.com/9ASjwXc.png

DrBong 25 January 2020 18:33

Sorry mate, nada x 2 on those other requests. I've been keeping my eyes open for Asterix, but I think that one's even hard to come by in France! :(

Cool that you got the Jack Nicklaus 1990 data disk to work, though! :cool I was kinda hoping that the original Jack Nicklaus game handled the manual protection on the data disks and that a cracked version of it would circumvent any manual protection checks normally made on the data disks.

I was banking on Fat Tracks or Raw Copy deprotecting the data disk, but attempting to copy my original didn't trigger the parameter to do that. Bloody annoying way of using parameters if you ask me with those two copiers by MSI!! :guru All the others allow you to manually select the parameter and then to produce a deprotected copy of the disk.

DamienD 25 January 2020 18:47

I work fast: https://eab.abime.net/showpost.php?p...postcount=2827 :p

Quote:

Originally Posted by DrBong (Post 1374324)
Sorry mate, nada x 2 on those other requests. I've been keeping my eyes open for Asterix, but I think that one's even hard to come by in France! :(

No problem, just thought I'd ask :p

Quote:

Originally Posted by DrBong (Post 1374324)
Cool that you got the Jack Nicklaus 1990 data disk to work, though! :cool I was kinda hoping that the original Jack Nicklaus game handled the manual protection on the data disks and that a cracked version of it would circumvent any manual protection checks normally made on the data disks.

I was hoping that Fat Tracks or Raw Copy would deprotect the data disk, but copying my original disk didn't trigger the parameter to do that. Bloody annoying way of using parameters if you ask me with those two copiers! :guru All the others allow you to manually trigger the parameter.

No need to worry, yes the "original Jack Nicklaus game handled the manual protection on the data disks and that a cracked version of it would circumvent any manual protection checks normally made on the data disks." ;)


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