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#1 13 years ago

Ok I have this problem. I bought UT2004 when it first came out and as of now i just got a new pc. Before i did anything I did my own "Hunt for Red October" and I can't find the cd key. So i just deleted the game folder hoping to find it in windows somewhere. but i cant. Bolth of the pc's are running windows XP home editon. I need this in "lame mans terms also" where the folder and what the file is called. In the future thanks.




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#2 13 years ago

Unfortunately, I have no idea of how you can recover a cd key from a windows file. There may be ways of doing so, but I have never heard of doing something like that much less actually finding a file where the cd key is stored. Unless you can find your instruction manual or whatever your key was on, there is not much you can do, though there may be a thread here about changing cd keys but not with cd key generators since these are consider warez and cannot be discussed here. I also cannot give you a CD key for the same reason (it's all in the FAQ). I'll link you to that thread, but if you cannot find your cd key, your options are limited. Sorry that I could not help you much in this matter. EDIT: Here is the link to that thread. Please use this only if you cannot find your original CD key. http://forums.filefront.com/showthread.php?t=193334 I hope that this helps.




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#3 13 years ago

If ye didnae uninstall it properly from yer old pc then there be hope fer ye yet! Killer Kyle's linkage of info should help ye perfectly. It's also good if ye have just copied over yer old UT2004 foldar to yer new pc, if ye be feelin lucky, ye kin jest go in RegEdit the way bein' outlined in that thar thread, and be right clicking on the UT2004 folder icon and select export key or thar be words teh that effect, and then save it to disk or whatnot. Then ye kin jest run the .reg file on the new pc and be very quickly set to play. Enjoy! BTW.. Jest in case ye be overly lazy such ways that I myself be, here's the instructions from that thar other thread. -

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run>regedit regastry edit will pop up - click + befor HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE - click + befor SOFTWARE - click + befor Unreal Technology - click + befor Installed Apps - click + befor UT2004



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#4 13 years ago

Well so far this has been a great help. Now how do take these files and pop them back in? nm stupd question ignor.




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#5 13 years ago

I work at a lan center an we change the key by the regastry

run>regedit

regastry edit will pop up

click + befor HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

click + befor SOFTWARE

click + befor Unreal Technology

click + befor Installed Apps

click + befor UT2004

now u got hthat opend as far as it will alow u and u are in the UT 2k4 regastry folder do not change any thing else but "CDKey" dubble click

new widow pops up

on enter the new Key verbatum i mean how it looks in the case u haft to put the "-" your self an u must cap the letters or u will not be able to play on the net u can change it liekthis as i posted but to gind the file it is in a batch file in your regmaster file there is no one file man.