No-cd for sims 3

Discussion in 'malware problems & news' started by Rabiddog, Sep 19, 2009.

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  1. Rabiddog

    Rabiddog Guest

    This was scanned by VirusTotal :

    Need opinions, would you trust this?

    I bought the game, just don't want to insert DVD every time.

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    File ru-s3gnp.rar received on 2009.09.07 10:06:23 (UTC)
    Current status: finished
    Result: 7/41 (17.07%)

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  2. Rabiddog

    Rabiddog Guest

    Sorry it was not my intention to:
    "Too frequently people go out and find some piece of malware, upload it to one of those services, then based upon the results displayed, start a thread here to either praise or bash the anti-virus scanners involved."

    Just needed some experts opinions. :oops:
  3. TairikuOkami

    TairikuOkami Registered Member

    Oct 10, 2005
    I use nocd cracks all the time and sometimes it gets picked up by AV like a virus, but I just click on ignore, because mostly it is not virus.
    When you scan it eg on VirusTotal and you will get something like generic virus, it is just based on heuristic, so most likely it is not a virus.

    P.S.: I really wish, they would finally stop this rubbish, like insert CD all the time, you want to play a game, it only bothers legitimate users. :mad:
    Games bought via steam or on have no such problems, pity games use to crash with nocd cracks, like GRID, I have to use DVD anyway.
  4. cheater87

    cheater87 Registered Member

    Apr 22, 2005
    Is it really that hard to put a darn DVD in. :p
  5. lordpake

    lordpake Registered Member

    Aug 7, 2004
    Helsinki ~ European Union
    Yes it is if you swap games all the time, plus it also is quite annoying to hear the 52 speed drive speed up and down, up and down while your trying to play ...

    Add that the less you need the actual game disc(s), the less chance there is for wear and tear (and actual physical damage). this is my main reason for using nocd cracks if available.
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