I purcahsed the "I eye of the Dragon" PC game on Amazon but when loading it, it ask for the activation code and email address of original purchaser, I emailed the guy and he was of no help. Is the game useless?
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In general activation codes cost money. The easiest way to get an activation code is to use a credit card or debit card and pay for one online then enter it into the software.
However, there are other illegal means of getting activation codes. I do not recommend them but I figure that sense you asked and I know I probably shouldn't keep the knowledge back. Again, do not use this method to get an activation code. For the illegal way you will need a torrent client, do a google search for uTorrent (works on Mac, PC and Linux). After that go to piratebay.org or any other torrent hosting website and search for your game+"Activation Code". That may or may not work, also it is illegal so I would not recommend using this second method. Also, as an artist in the digital medium I strongly ask that you just buy the activation code. It's an ethical thing.
Yes you can fix this yourself and you don't need a 34.00 guide. You need a new laser KES-400A one eye laser or KEM-410 2 eye laser you will have to goto youtube find a tutorial on how to take apart your console and the CD rom drive to see witch laser you have then goto ebay and buy it 35.00-50.00 , Installing isn't hard either and IT'S FIXED. If you get good at it , buys some laser and make some money ,
If you have any questions just ask,
If other games work fine on it, then the problem is with the game. If it is new, I would try to exchange it. If it is a used game, I have found that some of the used game stores can buff/resurface the disk for a small fee. The place I use charges $3.00 per disk. They can fix computer games and DVDs and all kinds of games.