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Patching Compatible ISO is being made available to the public.

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Good afternoon everyone,

I have finally had the time to create a patch 1/2 compatible ISO file. (Apply patch 1 before patch 2). As the steam version was distributed with patch 3 applied straight away, you need to use the image and your steam files to allow for downgrading. As you know, patch 3 destroys all modability of the game, rendering Human Resistance files useless.


The Mediafire link is as follows for the file:

Mediafire.com

Have fun!

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JurisDocta
JurisDocta

Try Mediafire. Its free for the first few Gigs or so.

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Melquart Author
Melquart

Thanks for the heads up. The first 10GB is free there. I will migrate the ISO before the trial ends.

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nuclearsnake
nuclearsnake

what files do I need to download here?

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Melquart Author
Melquart

All the UAW folder contents. Use a Winrar to assemble the file and a virtual drive software to mount it.

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nuclearsnake
nuclearsnake

How's does one do this properly without messing up?

quick question: where did you put the crack file? because i am having some trouble getting the game to run. I did the whole mount thing and I used winrar to extract the files.

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Melquart Author
Melquart

It does not have a crack. It is just an original DVD image.

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nuclearsnake
nuclearsnake

then how do i run the game? because it keeps telling me to insert the dvd in?

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Melquart Author
Melquart

Did you install a virtual drive software like Daemon Tools?

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nuclearsnake
nuclearsnake

got it working.

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Melquart Author
Melquart

There is also a useful method to enable the Steam version to work with the mod. This is in courtesy of Vigilante2020 who pioneered it:

I found the unpatched CD version of the game from a download

When I engaged the Launch.exe it would bring up the CD launch menu

Since I didn't have any CD or CD player for the files to read it would say error

So I removed the Launch.exe and replaced it with the Launch.exe from the Steam version.

Given the difference in file size I'm guessing that the Steam launcher was reading all the files without data from any physical CD

And after I did that, UAW would launch normally

Then I just had to download and install patches 1 and 2

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FLAYTREP
FLAYTREP

I can't understand it. I moved all the files and unpacked everything from the ISO file and moved it to the game folder (even entered the serial key when I installed the game) and still gives me an error.

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Melquart Author
Melquart

Visit this Discord for tech support:

Discord.gg

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