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Old 16-05-2013
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Default Where do I put the noCD patch for bfme?

I just downloaded the 1.03 patch from here for Battle for Middle-Earth, however, I am not sure what to do with the application now that I have it. Does anybody know what I should do?

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Old 18-05-2013
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Being a patcher it is going to modify the .exe file unlike a No-CD/No-DVD/Fixed Exe which completely replaces the original .exe
You just need to copy it to the games folder/directory where the game is installed and run the patch from there, it may prompt you for the path to the games .exe file which is in the game install folder. Sometimes the CD/DVD checks are also in .dat files, if this is the case the No-CD patcher will modify those files.
Crypton made one for v1.02 which worked perfectly for the English/US version, not sure if he still has the game though.
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Old 18-05-2013
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Yeh just had a quick look and the .exe file is protected with SafeDisc 3 and the CD Checks are in the.dat file. So you need to run the patcher on the game.dat file.
Not sure if the .exe is regional based, but it should work on all language versions of the game.
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