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Silent hill 4 PC

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Recently, there has been issues concerning about SH4 doesn't work for PC, one it requires a dvd-driver, two.. there is a cd-protection error (please insert disk), and this problem I had when I try to run it..

" A crash occured during the last game. Using safer graphic options. "

any idea ?
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r2rX: This issue was never actually solved, I've been to more than Konami forums, nvidia, game software, and all other communities that deal with this issue. Oh well, I returned it, I do know in fact, it's the game itself, not my precious 6800gt card. There are several PC games out there has alot of issues.. starting mostly with the cd-protection thing even with the original disk in drives.

doom: load what game patches ? think again, I'm always 3 or more steps ahead before I post this thread, go and find a decent patch that can fix it ? pffft.. tell Konami that, they never have much support for the PC fans, their more focus on the console concept.

daimyo konami, love you since the day MGS was launch, and now let most of the PC fans down over small issues that you couldn't possibly care to fix.
caipirinha said:
those problems are very annoying, it happened to me last week with vampire bloodlines, I came back from the store very eager to play it and after installing and patching the thing it didn't recognized the cd, after trying reseting, reinstalling, uninstalling virtual drives I just cracked the thing and it worked flawless.

I know it's forbidden but geez...
Yer telling me, I was gonna explain to everyone how unfair having to use a illegal crack to get a legal purchased game to work oO (<-- lol @ smilie)
btw.. the issue with the " Insert cd " (cd-protection) error was solved.. obviously.. you just have to remove the Sonic DLA program, and everything should run good.
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