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Old 16 November 2002, 17:41   #1
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Thumbs up Normal files plase

Do any of you know where I can get normal amiga files, I don't want DMS, LHA or any of that disk image stuff, just plain files ready for CD.
I realise that this is only possible on DOS disks but I really want IK+, Stunt Car Racer, Nitro etc.

Cheers.
 
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Old 16 November 2002, 17:42   #2
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Do you mean that you want to run games from hard disk/CD?

Try WHDLoad - www.whdload.de - not games, but installers for them.
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Old 16 November 2002, 17:56   #3
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Nitro rulez
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Old 17 November 2002, 19:33   #4
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Sorry Cody, I don't have the games in the first place.
 
Old 18 November 2002, 01:17   #5
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@SelfSilent

I assume you have a CDRom on Amiga side and want to play some old classics ?? Ok, here´s the deal :

- Download the games you want to play as ADF Files
- Burn them onto CD together with the file TRANSDISK which comes with WinUAE
- Put the CD into your Amiga and use [B]TRANSDISK -W GAMENAME.ADF" to write those files back to Disk

If you want to do something different, just give us some more details
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Old 30 November 2005, 03:29   #6
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How do they do it?

i'm new to posting on forums and i'm on dialup, really short on net time, so if i'm posting wrong, plz overlook it. i got here wen i was searching on whether it is possible to run a game from the hard disk without install or virtual cdroms. i've seen the pirated copy of halflife2 run without any install, just from it folder. i'm searching this coz all the new pc games r getting to be really huge and need a lot of space. once i finish a game i probably wont play it again so i could uninstall, but if i feel like playing it i dont want to install and uninstall all over again. instead it would be much better if i could just run the game from a folder and then delete that folder without messing up my pc. Does anyone have any idea how this is done?
 
Old 30 November 2005, 08:20   #7
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This is an AMIGA games site for REAL Machines & Amiga EMULATORS

Your question sockyt is about PC games

So your asking on the WRONG BOARD entirely

HOWEVER the Ashampoo Uninstaller programme for PC windoze takes a snapshot of your entire set up before you INSTALL a game & another after you install it

It then creates a LOG FILE to MAKE A CLEAN UNINSTALL

IN use its uninstaller clears everything away the programme or game brought with it.......

WITHOUT screwing up shared files it borrowed to play it OK

You can download a fully working time limited copy from the ashampoo site ...NOW that you CAN google for !
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