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Once we install the game on our laptop, we hit play and it says no disk, please install disk, but the disk is in there, the computer is not seeing it!
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas also uses Securom copy protection software.
Please read the below mentioned. The same solution which I had posted for the game Juiced.
The solution is the same for all games using Securom copy protection software.
Securom is a copy protection software that sometimes conflicts with any background applications,multiple disc drives, virtual drives, USB storage devices (Pen drivesand USB Hard drives).
This however can be solved once you submit a analysis file to the Securom Support.
To extract the Analysis file you can follow the below mentioned.
Open Game folder
Locate "GTA_SA.EXE" file and then right-click on it context menu will appear
Select "Launch Analysis" within that menu
After the selection a disclaimer window will appear on your screen, to proceed, click the "YES" button
This 'analysis' will now generate an 'AnalysisLog.sr0' file within the root directory your C: drive.
Go to your "C" drive to locate the "AnalysisLog.sr0" file and zip the file compression utility programs such as WinZip, Winace or Pkzip
-Submit the Zip file to: firstname.lastname@example.org for evaluation along with "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas " in subject line.
Securom support will then analyze the file for conflicts and send you a new executable file. Once you have the new file, extract and paste the executable file in the root directory of the game.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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FIRST try the simple solutions. Check if your speaker wires are plugged into the proper ports.
If you are unsure, it won't hurt to try different configurations.
(If you hear sound from other devises such as plating a CD of the "Microsoft Sound" when starting up or shutting down, then the speakers are wired correctly.)
If this is OK then try...
Go to your "Device Manager" (Right click on 'My Computer', select 'Properties', click the 'Hardware' tab, click the 'Device Manager' button. Click the "Sound video and game controllers"). If there is some kind of a "Warning" icon superimposed on the 'speaker' icon there is your problem!
If no "Warning" icons then try...
One at a time...
Double click on each of the devises that have 'Audio' in the listings.
Click the "Properties" tab, look for any "Warning" icons
Uninstall the DRIVERS for THAT DEVICE only. See instructions below.
Click on the faulty devise and hit the remove button, follow the instructions given by the program.
Shutdown, restart, the device will automatically reinstall by the "Found New Hardware" program.
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