Disabled Veterans

Disabled Veterans

Post by southron_9 » Tue, 16 Sep 2008 12:51:19



I have an unusual problem as I work with disabled veterans; we
introduced a game (Zuma)to help with their reflexes, motor control,
enjoyment and coordination. Did I say enjoyable? Already dealing with
pain, worry, public it has not proven to be that enjoyable, I tried to
introduce a cheat code but sadly found they do not work with VISTA. Can
anyone help us? They are government computers so I have to be careful
with fixes, I can promise you would be making a lot of people happy.
Thanks


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Disabled Veterans

Post by French » Tue, 16 Sep 2008 18:23:40


http://www.yqcomputer.com/

At the bottom. These are all clean fixes

 
 
 

Disabled Veterans

Post by southron_9 » Tue, 16 Sep 2008 19:55:19


That was a empty file, but none of these fixes apply to VISTA. Thanks


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Post by French » Wed, 17 Sep 2008 02:50:39


Sorry, I saw there was 1 file in the Game Fix and didn't drill down to
see it was only a Trainer.

OK try this
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Click on one of the Mirrors
Click ENTER
Click GAME INDEX T-Z on the right
Click ZUMA DELUXE

There is an ALL ACCESS cheat there, that I assume will give you what you
want, as this appears to be a free game with limited access?

Frenchy
 
 
 

Disabled Veterans

Post by southron_9 » Wed, 17 Sep 2008 04:59:40


No, it only applies to XP of earlier software. If we had anything other
than VISTA there are patches, modifications all kind of fixes just not
for VISTA. Any more iedeas? Thanks for the interest


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Disabled Veterans

Post by French » Wed, 17 Sep 2008 06:01:54


Umm, there is something I am not understanding here. Zuma is a game
that will run on Vista or XP, it is not a special Vista only game, right?

As such, any patch that works on XP has to work in Vista. It is done to
the GAME, not the Operating system.

If you follow the URL and instructions I gave you, click the small icon
that looks like a floppy disk next to the ALL ACCESS cheat and that
downloads a file to your HD. Open that and there are two files. One is
a .nfo file that you can view with Notepad and it tells you what to do
with the other file to overwrite the two user files in the game and
thereby get all access to all levels.
 
 
 

Disabled Veterans

Post by Olin » Wed, 17 Sep 2008 18:05:03


<snip>

Interesting view. I'm interested to see how you can back it up...?

To me, it sounds rather like the following (tongue in cheek) argument: Lewis
Hamilton's wheels were put on his CAR, right? And if their tyres work in dry
weather, then the implication is that they have to work in all weather, as
the change was made to his CAR, not the prevailing environment.

I'd submit that Vista is much more slippery and likely to cause you to skid
than XP is!
 
 
 

Disabled Veterans

Post by southron_9 » Thu, 18 Sep 2008 01:32:33


It appears there are many such applications since I have started trying
to find out an answer I have learned that with anything but VISTA I can
access a games program? (I guess it is a program, there are lines with
number values which do certain things) I can change them and make the
game slower, more deaths, etc.; however with VISTA one cannot gain
access to that area.


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Post by French » Thu, 18 Sep 2008 06:19:04


OK, it is established that this game runs on Vista as well as XP, so it
is not a "Game will not run on Vista problem". The OP just wants a
crack for the game, that crack/cheat should work in both XP and Vista (I
have done this many many times). However, the OP just posted that he
wants to get into the code and write different things there, that is a
whole new ball game and was only just revealed.

I went to a bit of trouble for him, as it was posted under a 'Disabled
Vet' moniker and I suspected not much computer know how. Now it looks
WAY different, so I will bug out gracefully. I replied to you, as I was
clarifying that if a game is running successfully in Vista then a
patch/crack should also apply without problems (or none that I have seen)

I have no arguments with your 'Vista is a little more slippery than XP',
but hey, that's the challenge and the fun of it. I was NEVER going to
get a 64 bit OS, as I had heard and read of all the problems running
games on Vista 64 let alone Vista 32 bit. I bit the bullet a few months
back and grabbed Ultimate 64 bit and just LOVE it and have not had one
game problem.

Frenchy