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Dragon Age: Origin's Cheat Codes

NOTE: The file location will have quotation marks around it, like this "C:\Games\Dragon Age\bin_ship\daorigins.exe". You need to make sure to add -enabledeveloperconsole AFTER the quotation marks, not inside of them, or the change won't work.

"C:\Games\Dragon Age\bin_ship\daorigins.exe" -enabledeveloperconsole

Then you'll be able to press ~ (or the key you chose above) to open the console. Note that you won't see the console but there will be a line of symbols in the upper part of the screen as you type. You might want to press backspace a few times before you start typing just in case. Enter the following codes for the desired effect:

  • runscript appearance X - Adds a character appearance modifier X (see below for codes)
  • runscript addxp X - Adds XP in the amount of X
  • runscript zz_money X - Adds copper in the amount of X (1000 = 1 Gold Piece)
  • runscript pc_immortal - Infinite health (will not drop below 0)
  • runscript zz_addparty NPCname - Add party member by name
  • runscript ai off - Turns off AI
  • runscript selectparty - Party selection screen
  • runscript chargen - Origin screen
  • runscript killallhostiles - Kill all enemies
  • runscript zz_addapproval X Y - Add approval to a character
  • runscript zz_upgrade - Enchantment menu
  • runscript zz_addparty - Add player beyond party limit
  • runscript healplayer - Heal party
  • runscript bowlingforferelden - Knocks back enemies and adds a shield
  • runscript zz_dropparty - Removes entire party
  • runscript zz_talk_nearest - Talk to nearest NPC
  • runscript zz_pre_strategy - Teleport party to Duncan's fire in Ostagar
  • runscript zz_pre_demo2 - Teleport party to Ostagar
  • runscript wizard - Become a Level 2 Mage
  • runscript rogue - Become a level 2 Rogue
  • runscript warrior - Become a Level 2 Warrior
  • runscript addtalent X - Add talent or spell, where X represents a specific talent or spell (1-?). Note: Some digits may be unusable talents/spells
  • runscript removetalent X - Removes a talent

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When i install google chrome the installation stalls at the end and then comes up with "error 3"


please visit google's own help site here: http://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=111996

Update server not available (error: 3) Error 3 is a failure to communicate with Google Update. There are two known reasons for this:
  1. You're running Vista and you have configured Google Chrome to always run as administrator.This is a known issue with the Google Chrome auto-updating mechanism and can be avoided by simply running Google Chrome as a normal user. Additionally, keep in mind that for security reasons we recommend that you don't elevate the privilege of Google Chrome to administrator.
  2. Google Update isn't registered properly.To fix this, verify that GoogleUpdate.exe exists in the location specified in the Windows Registry Editor.

    The instructions below involve viewing your registry. If you're uncomfortable or unfamiliar with this, you may want to consult your local computer guru before following these steps.

    1. Go to the Start menu > Run.
    2. Enter regedit.
    3. Click OK. The Registry Editor should appear.
    4. In the tree view on the left, navigate to the following directory:

      HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{2F0E2680-9FF5-43C0-B76E-114A56E93598}LocalServer32

    5. The "Default" value should correspond to the location of your GoogleUpdate.exe file. Verify that GoogleUpdate.exe exists at the given path.
      • If GoogleUpdate.exe doesn't exist in this location, try uninstalling and reinstalling Google Chrome.
      • If GoogleUpdate.exe exists at a different location, right-click the 'Default' value and select Modify. Enter the correct file path and make sure you use double-quotation marks, e.g. "C:Documents and Settings%USERNAME%Local SettingsApplication DataGoogleUpdateGoogleUpdate.exe"

Mar 06, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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no voices on dragon age Help !!!


Check your audio settings within the game to make sure it is picking up your audio hardware. I do know that Dragon Age did use a higher quality in Sound, its eather that the hardware on your CPU doesnt support the codex, audio hardware isnt supported by the game, or the game isnt reading the hardware which can be set up in in the options menu of the game. If it turns out to be the codex, you can download it off the internet, most of the time you can find bundles to download.

http://www.free-codecs.com/download/K_lite_codec_pack.htm

DrakeTech

Feb 24, 2010 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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how can i change text of Start Button?


You Need to Modify "Explorer.exe File" To make the changes you need to locate and edit the file "explorer.exe" it's located at C:Windows. The file "Explorer.exe" is a binary file, so you will need special editor (Resource Hacker) will do. Resource Hacker is a good freeware utility to view, modify, rename, add, delete and extract resources in 32bit Windows executables and resource files. First Backup "explorer.exe" located at C:\Windows\explorer. You can place it in a special folder or save it to disk. You can also copy and change the file name to "explorerB.exe" (the B is for backup), then you can edit "explorer.exe".

2. Resource Hacker: In Resource Hacker the category will be using is String Table. You need to expand it by clicking on the plus sigh, then navigate down and expand string 37 followed by 1033, (For Classic Layout use number 38). On the right hand pane look for item 578 it show the word "start" this is what we are going to modify.

3. Edit start: To edit the word "start' you just double click on start so that it's highlighted, don't highlight the quotation marks on the sides of start, "start" NOT "start". The new text go's in between the quotation marks, like this "new" remember don't delete the quotation marks. So that it looks like this "new" replace new with your text. This is the old start text "start" delete start text "", inter your text "new" easy right!

4. Compile Script button: Now that you have changed the start text you need to click on the Compile Script button. After you have clicked on the Compile Script button you need to use the Save As command on the File Menu to save the altered file and give it a name. A good file name "explorernew.exe" or make your own. Don't use the Save command use the Save As commaned! Save the newly named file to the C:\Windows.

5. Modify the Registry: Now it's time to modify the registry so that your modified explorer.exe file that you created will be recognized when the user logs on your system. Go to the Start button click on it, then go to Run click on it, type regedit in the Open: field. Now Navigate download the list to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" click on the plus, to SOFTWARE, to Microsoft, to windows NT, to CurrentVersion, to Winlogon. The full string: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ SOFTWARE\ Microsoft\ Windows NT\ CurrentVersion\ Winlogon
Look on the right pane for Shell, double click on Shell entry to open the Edit String dialog box. In the Value date: line enter the name that your used to save the modified explorer.exe file. click on OK.
Now close Registry Editor and exit Windows or log off your system, and then log back on. Now if the computer gods are happy and all went as planned you should see the new Start button with your cool text on it. Remember the force is with you!

Jul 08, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Microsoft Office Outlook


Run Outlook from a command line with the /cleanprofile switch appended to the command.

To find the correct command line, right click on a shortcut for Outlook and go to Properties. Copy the information in the Target field and Paste it to the command line. If there is already a command option, remove it and add /cleanprofile after the closing quotation mark. (Add a space before /cleanprofile)

For example, go to Start: Run. . and enter something like "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\OUTLOOK.EXE" /cleanprofile .

Then add a new profile. Be sure to check the check box for "Set as default profile". Note: You cannot see this option unless you click on the "Options >>" button.

This should fix the problem.

Jul 02, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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