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Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action Why would you respond then?. Why are you reading this if its so 'rediculus'. If its so ridiculus, just pass by the message. Stop tring to get attention. Walter Mitty wrote: Cytrex wrote: Hello Everyone. I don't really want to enter in my cd-key online; i'd prefer to just play. Is there any way I can bypass this and play Half-Life 2 Online without it?

1/10. It would have been quicker just to enter your cd key than ask this ridiculous question. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action On 12 Feb 2005 07:11:23 -0800, 'Cytrex' wrote: Hello Everyone. I don't really want to enter in my cd-key online; i'd prefer to just play. Is there any way I can bypass this and play Half-Life 2 Online without it? Robert M Nope. The CD-Key is required to open a unique on-line Steam account which then initiates the decryption of the HL2 install-files.

Once the account is generated, the CD-key can then be thrown away; it can never be used again to open another Steam account. In compliance with the HL2 EULA, the game is also not legally transferrable to a third-party without Valve approval requiring tangible verification of legal ownership and further payment to Valve. ( Illegally avoiding such approval, you must transfer the game-disks to the acquiring third-party ). You also cannot officially return the game to a store for exchange (or refund, if allowed) once the CD-Key has been used. The illustrious Valve/Steam-worshipping Mr.Mitty does not want you to know any of the above, hence his rude reply. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action Cytrex wrote: Thank you for your help!:-) and yes that person is quite rude (probably just trying to get attention). Is it possible to play LAN games without the key?

It would be fun to network 2 computers together when i have friends over or somthing and we can have battles haha. I doubt theres a way somehow. But is it possible? So, in so many words you want free copies? Sure: look for warez sites.

Lewis can even give you a link where you can download the game for free and not worry about the developers who worked so hard to create the game. As always: all to their own. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action JamieManic wrote: Cytrex wrote: Hello Everyone.

I don't really want to enter in my cd-key online; Why not? i'd prefer to just play. Is there any way I can bypass this and play Half-Life 2 Online without it? If there was why would they bother giving you one?

It's security so that people can't pirate the game as easily. Cytrex gets very upset if you question his/her motives.

I suspect that he/she hasnt realised that you dont need to enter personal data to register the legally purchased game. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action On 12 Feb 2005, 'Cytrex' wrote: Hello Everyone. I don't really want to enter in my cd-key online; i'd prefer to just play. Is there any way I can bypass this and play Half-Life 2 Online without it? Valve is selling hl2 with $team, and $team is the most intrusive spyware monitor copy-protection program ever introduced in pc games please next time you decide and buy a $team based game think about all the many number of restrictions and limitations it makes you have no matter what game it is, i will never put it on top of my own consumer rights, so i said and will always say NO to $team - post made in a steam-free computer i said 'NO' to valve and steam against steam campaign steamwatch - independent observatory about steam please sign petition 'Say NO!

Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action John Lewis wrote: On Sun, 13 Feb 2005 01:12:08 +0100, Walter Mitty wrote: Cytrex wrote: Thank you for your help!:-) and yes that person is quite rude (probably just trying to get attention). Is it possible to play LAN games without the key? It would be fun to network 2 computers together when i have friends over or somthing and we can have battles haha.

I doubt theres a way somehow. But is it possible? So, in so many words you want free copies? Sure: look for warez sites. Lewis can even give you a link where you can download the game for free and not worry about the developers who worked so hard to create the game. Ah, yes the all-assuming pompous ass, Mr. As it happens, I do not know a warez site for HL2 and have absolutely zero interest in finding one.

ALL PC games in my possesion have been legally purchased. $$-preference for sale, discount (or pre-owned) of course. Wanna send the software-police to see my receipts?

I have absolutely zero interest in purchasing HL2 until:- (a) the umbilical to Steam is completely removed for the Single-player game. Must stand-alone install and play - no user-registration of any form required. AND (b) the price is less than $19.99. John Lewis As always: all to their own. I think you are completly right. I just want to play my game without having to enter in my serial code.

I have finished playing Half-Life 2; it was a great game, just way overpriced. $20.00 would be a good price, but I think its just rediculus that a game that doesnt even take up physical form on our planet could cost that much money But If we were the creators I am sure we would do the same as them Since I have finished Half-Life 2, I just want to play online now, hopefully someday it can be bypassed.

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Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action John Lewis wrote: On Sun, 13 Feb 2005 01:12:08 +0100, Walter Mitty wrote: Cytrex wrote: Thank you for your help!:-) and yes that person is quite rude (probably just trying to get attention). Is it possible to play LAN games without the key? It would be fun to network 2 computers together when i have friends over or somthing and we can have battles haha. I doubt theres a way somehow. But is it possible?

So, in so many words you want free copies? Sure: look for warez sites.

Lewis can even give you a link where you can download the game for free and not worry about the developers who worked so hard to create the game. Ah, yes the all-assuming pompous ass, Mr. As it happens, I do not know a warez site for HL2 and have absolutely zero interest in finding one. ALL PC games in my possesion have been legally purchased. $$-preference for sale, discount (or pre-owned) of course.

Wanna send the software-police to see my receipts? I have absolutely zero interest in purchasing HL2 until:- (a) the umbilical to Steam is completely removed for the Single-player game. Must stand-alone install and play - no user-registration of any form required. AND (b) the price is less than $19.99. John Lewis As always: all to their own. I think you are completly right. I just want to play my game without having to enter in my serial code.

I have finished playing Half-Life 2; it was a great game, just way overpriced. $20.00 would be a good price, but I think its just rediculus that a game that doesnt even take up physical form on our planet could cost that much money But If we were the creators I am sure we would do the same as them Since I have finished Half-Life 2, I just want to play online now, hopefully someday it can be bypassed. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action On Sun, 13 Feb 2005 01:12:08 +0100, Walter Mitty wrote: Cytrex wrote: Thank you for your help!:-) and yes that person is quite rude (probably just trying to get attention). Is it possible to play LAN games without the key? It would be fun to network 2 computers together when i have friends over or somthing and we can have battles haha.

I doubt theres a way somehow. But is it possible?

So, in so many words you want free copies? Sure: look for warez sites. Lewis can even give you a link where you can download the game for free and not worry about the developers who worked so hard to create the game. Ah, yes the all-assuming pompous ass, Mr.

As it happens, I do not know a warez site for HL2 and have absolutely zero interest in finding one. ALL PC games in my possesion have been legally purchased.

$$-preference for sale, discount (or pre-owned) of course. Wanna send the software-police to see my receipts? I have absolutely zero interest in purchasing HL2 until:- (a) the umbilical to Steam is completely removed for the Single-player game. Must stand-alone install and play - no user-registration of any form required. AND (b) the price is less than $19.99.

John Lewis As always: all to their own. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action 'sayNO2steam' wrote in message news:[email protected] On 12 Feb 2005, 'Cytrex' wrote: Hello Everyone. I don't really want to enter in my cd-key online; i'd prefer to just play. Is there any way I can bypass this and play Half-Life 2 Online without it?

valve is selling hl2 with $team, and $team is the most intrusive spyware monitor copy-protection program ever introduced in pc games please next time you decide and buy a $team based game think about all the many number of restrictions and limitations it makes you have no matter what game it is, i will never put it on top of my own consumer rights, so i said and will always say NO to $team When you claim that Steam is 'spyware', what do you mean by this? Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action 'OldDog' wrote in message news:[email protected] 'sayNO2steam' wrote in message news:[email protected] On 12 Feb 2005, 'Cytrex' wrote: Hello Everyone. I don't really want to enter in my cd-key online; i'd prefer to just play.

Is there any way I can bypass this and play Half-Life 2 Online without it? valve is selling hl2 with $team, and $team is the most intrusive spyware monitor copy-protection program ever introduced in pc games please next time you decide and buy a $team based game think about all the many number of restrictions and limitations it makes you have no matter what game it is, i will never put it on top of my own consumer rights, so i said and will always say NO to $team When you claim that Steam is 'spyware', what do you mean by this? He quickly ran out of pseudo-intelligent things to say, so he's been posting outright lies.

Just killfile him like everybody else has; he's a nutcase. Oh, and please don't respond to his future threads (as I have just done), he feeds off it. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action On Mon, 14 Feb 2005, 'OldDog' wrote: When you claim that Steam is 'spyware', what do you mean by this? Steam is a 'spy' working for valve in the shape of program running in your own computer to monitor and control your gaming habits you only play its games when steam lets you! Because steam monitors everything you do it will report anything they find wrong to master valve and they will DELETE your account and you will not be able to play any more!

- steam is probably the dream every mother had for bad behaved children but obviously its george orwell '1984' made reality for grown ups. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action John Lewis wrote: On Sun, 13 Feb 2005 23:46:29 GMT, GFree wrote: sayNO2steam wrote: so i said and will always say NO to $team Good.

That means you'll hate yourself when you miss out on Half-Life 3, and I'll smile because of that. If Valve is still around. Probably not John since as we all know, and you pedicted, Hl2 is such utter shite ans has bombed in the marketplace. What crazy world do you live in?

Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 16:30:27 +0100, Walter Mitty wrote: John Lewis wrote: On Sun, 13 Feb 2005 23:46:29 GMT, GFree wrote: sayNO2steam wrote: so i said and will always say NO to $team Good. That means you'll hate yourself when you miss out on Half-Life 3, and I'll smile because of that.

If Valve is still around. Probably not John since as we all know, and you pedicted, Hl2 is such utter shite ans has bombed in the marketplace.

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Seems as if you need the loan of a dictionary and/or a spell-checker. John Lewis bwahahahaha.

What crazy world do you live in? Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 16:29:15 +0100, Walter Mitty wrote: Vince wrote: 'Cytrex' wrote I think you are completly right. I just want to play my game without having to enter in my serial code. I have finished playing Half-Life 2; it was a great game, just way overpriced.

$20.00 would be a good priceIf you want Valve to go out of business. I cant afford a Mercedes: so I settle for a Ford. I dont bitch about Mercedes making a quality product and charging for it. You mean to say that Gabe is stingy with his retainer? You need to ask for a raise.maybe if you ask the right way, he'll pat your head and loan you one of his Mercedes. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action On Sun, 13 Feb 2005 23:41:41 GMT, Joe62 wrote: 'Cytrex' wrote: Hello Everyone. I don't really want to enter in my cd-key online; i'd prefer to just play.

Is there any way I can bypass this and play Half-Life 2 Online without it? You'd have to download the pirated version, that's the only way I know. If you're not comfortable doing that you have to do it through Steam. The pirated version can't work with regular HL2 online servers.

Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action Vince wrote: 'sayNO2steam' wrote i will never put it on top of my own consumer rights, so i said and will always say NO to $team But.yes. to free download$? I think they should have free downloads because if I scratched the CD for some odd reason, how would I ever install Half-Life 2 again? All games should have a download link, but of corse they would have to increase security in the game. Have it like the Windows XP activation where you have to phone in to renew your key again (actually I am not sure if steam can do that, can someone tell me if i can?) Robert M. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action 'sayNO2steam' wrote in message news:[email protected] On Mon, 14 Feb 2005, 'OldDog' wrote: When you claim that Steam is 'spyware', what do you mean by this?

steam is a 'spy' working for valve in the shape of program running in your own computer to monitor and control your gaming habits you only play its games when steam lets you! I wouldn't define this as spyware. because steam monitors everything you do it will report anything they find wrong to master valve and they will DELETE your account and you will not be able to play any more! As to monitoring everything that I do, Steam knows if I: 1. Illegally d/l music files? 2 llegally obtained movies? Obtained pirated games?

Steam knows if I visit porn sites, USAToday. As to checking if you have a valid Steam account, I wouldn't call that spyware either. - steam is probably the dream every mother had for bad behaved children but obviously its george orwell '1984' made reality for grown ups I'm not sure about this.

But I'll call my mom and ask. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action 'KCB' wrote in message news:[email protected] When you claim that Steam is 'spyware', what do you mean by this? He quickly ran out of pseudo-intelligent things to say, so he's been posting outright lies. Just killfile him like everybody else has; he's a nutcase.

Oh, and please don't respond to his future threads (as I have just done), he feeds off it. I think he's still got a few hidden away. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action Andrew wrote: On 14 Feb 2005 18:49:31 -0800, 'Cytrex' wrote: I think they should have free downloads because if I scratched the CD for some odd reason, how would I ever install Half-Life 2 again? Use the Steam backup utility. - Andrew, contact via interpleb.blogspot.com Help make Usenet a better place: English is read downwardsplease don't top post. Trim replies to quote only relevant text. Check groups.google.com before asking an obvious question.

Well I am not currently on my computer with Half-Life 2, but your saying that there is a utility that will backup my serial? How exactly does it work and where can I find it? Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action 'Hank the Rapper' wrote in message news:[email protected] OldDog wrote: When you claim that Steam is 'spyware', what do you mean by this?

Didn't you hear that in the future Steam will automatically uninstall other games and block all attempts to install new ones? I was laughing a little over this, but then I remember reading in MaximumPC magazine where the courts are handling a case over two software companies (forgot their names). Seems that when you install Software X, it detects and removes Software Z. Software Z took them to court. Software X defends their action because it's clearly stated in the EULA that this will happen if the user accepts the EULA. If I can find my copy of the magazine, I'll try and find the two company names. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action John Lewis wrote: On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 16:30:27 +0100, Walter Mitty wrote: John Lewis wrote: On Sun, 13 Feb 2005 23:46:29 GMT, GFree wrote: sayNO2steam wrote: so i said and will always say NO to $team Good.

That means you'll hate yourself when you miss out on Half-Life 3, and I'll smile because of that. If Valve is still around. Probably not John since as we all know, and you pedicted, Hl2 is such utter shite ans has bombed in the marketplace. Seems as if you need the loan of a dictionary and/or a spell-checker.

nah: sticky keyboard after some HL2 luvvin. Try it: it'll make you its biatch. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action On 14 Feb 2005 18:49:31 -0800, 'Cytrex' wrote: I think they should have free downloads because if I scratched the CD for some odd reason, how would I ever install Half-Life 2 again? Use the Steam backup utility.

Andrew, contact via interpleb.blogspot.com Help make Usenet a better place: English is read downwards, please don't top post. Trim replies to quote only relevant text. Check groups.google.com before asking an obvious question. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action 'Cytrex' wrote Vince wrote: 'Cytrex' wrote I think you are completly right. I just want to play my game without having to enter in my serial code. I have finished playing Half-Life 2; it was a great game, just way overpriced.

$20.00 would be a good priceIf you want Valve to go out of business. Well, lower the price and more people would buy it instead of the expensive one, so you will probably get more. Or else this is exactly what publishers would do. They want to maximize profits don't they?

Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action On 14 Feb 2005 23:33:58 -0800, 'Cytrex' wrote: Well I am not currently on my computer with Half-Life 2, but your saying that there is a utility that will backup my serial? How exactly does it work and where can I find it? You can backup your game files so you don't need the CD. The serial number is redundant the second you use it, all you need in future is to log on with your Steam account. Andrew, contact via interpleb.blogspot.com Help make Usenet a better place: English is read downwards, please don't top post.

Trim replies to quote only relevant text. Check groups.google.com before asking an obvious question. Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action Vince wrote: 'Cytrex' wrote Vince wrote: 'Cytrex' wrote I think you are completly right. I just want to play my game without having to enter in my serial code.

I have finished playing Half-Life 2; it was a great game, just way overpriced. $20.00 would be a good priceIf you want Valve to go out of business. Well, lower the price and more people would buy it instead of the expensive one, so you will probably get more. Hardly. Or else this is exactly what publishers would do. They want to maximize profits don't they? Maybe Cytrex has got on to something all the professional publishers have missed?

'Hey guys - lets.lower the price?' Whats that IQ line again?

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Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action Cytrex wrote: Vince wrote: 'sayNO2steam' wrote i will never put it on top of my own consumer rights, so i said and will always say NO to $team But.yes. to free download$? I think they should have free downloads because if I scratched the CD for some odd reason, how would I ever install Half-Life 2 again? All games should have a download link, but of corse they would have to increase security in the game.

Have it like the Windows XP activation where you have to phone in to renew your key again (actually I am not sure if steam can do that, can someone tell me if i can?) Robert M You never have to renew anything. The game is always available for.free. download after you have registered your cd key ONCE. Whats so hard to understand? - Walter Mitty - Useless, waste of money research of the day: ' Format wars could 'confuse users'.

Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action Cytrex left a note on my windscreen which said: I think you are completly right. I just want to play my game without having to enter in my serial code. I have finished playing Half-Life 2; it was a great game, just way overpriced. $20.00 would be a good priceIf you want Valve to go out of business. Well, lower the price and more people would buy it instead of the expensive one, so you will probably get more. Why don't they sell it for £1 or $1 then? - Stoneskin Insert sig text here.

Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.action 'Joe62' wrote in message news:[email protected] The pirated version can't work with regular HL2 online servers. For a while there it was. That's a constant back-and-forth battle between Valve and the pirates I'm sure.;-) Indeed, you could even create a Steam account and play online, apparently. I was laughing my ass off. I'm sure you still can depending on how much effort you want to put into it.

A large proportion of computer games require you to enter a unique product key to play the game, which is what. This is to combat piracy so you couldn’t just copy a game CD and distribute it to all your friends. The problem has always been that if you misplace or accidentally throw away the CD case or box, the product key often goes with it. If you haven’t yet installed the game then you have a problem as contacting the game retailer/publisher will likely be a waste of time. However, if you have already installed the game and entered a product key, all is not lost.

A large amount of games these days are purchased and downloaded online which isn’t such a problem because your game serial numbers are stored either in an email or with the game service or Origin, and you only need your username and password to retrieve them. But if you install a game from optical media, quite often the product key gets stored in the system registry, and as it’s easily accessible, there’s a good chance of recovering any previously typed in game serial. A utility called Game Key Revealer has been designed specifically for the sole purpose of reading and recovering game CD Keys and Serials for installed games on your computer.

The creator also has another tool called which concentrates on recovering Windows and application serial numbers. Game Key Revealer is possibly the only free tool around to specifically look for and reveal game keys, most other tools are shareware and only show a few characters of the key unless you register. Game Key Revealer is only about 150KB in size and portable so you can run it without installing onto your computer.

Just click the “Find Games” button to search for any game CD Keys on the computer and after a second or two, it will display the serials in the window. What you might also find is that there are keys listed which are from games you may have uninstalled ages ago, useful if you no longer have the key to hand. You can save the found CD Keys in the list to text file (GameKeyRevealer.txt) in the same folder as the tool, open and copy the text directly to Word if you have it installed (File - Copy to Word), or print it directly to your printer.

The list of possible games it can find is pretty impressive, with over 2,000 currently supported. You can read the to see if it can detect what you want it to. A useful option for around 20 older games enables you to change an already installed serial key for another one, handy if you download and install a game then later buy the legitimate product.

Select Tools - CD Key Changer, choose the game from the drop down and enter the new serial number. Then press depending on your operating system, “32bit Change” or “64bit Change”. There is also a Refresh Rate Override tool, but you shouldn’t touch this unless you know exactly what changing your refresh rate does. Game Key Revealer works on anything from Windows 95 up to Windows 8. There is another free key finding tool which can find a few game keys although on inspection, every game in its small database is already included in Game Key Revealer. But if you have a problem with Game Key Revealer, you might like to try, one of the oldest Windows/application key finders out there.

The last resort – If you can’t get the game key you want from one of the tools above and you suspect it’s in the registry, the last option is to view the registry yourself and look for it. Using regedit is usually only recommended for experienced users, but it’s not a problem if don’t try to delete, edit or create anything. Press Win key+R, type regedit into the run box and navigate to the following registry keys: HKEYCURRENTUSER Software HKEYLOCALMACHINE Software HKEYLOCALMACHINE Software Wow6432Node (64-bit only) Then have a look for a key with a name of either the publisher (EA Games, UBISoft etc), the game developer (THQ, Treyarch etc) or the game’s actual name such as Crysis or FIFA.

Expand the key and look for anything that mentions or looks like a serial. You can also search for the name using Ctrl+F but bear in mind any serials are unlikely to be outside of the 3 registry keys mentioned above. If you find what you’re looking for, double click on the entry in the right window and the copy the data.