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#16 jgf


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Posted Jul 11 2014 - 05:17 PM


I feel if you have purchased a piece of software and it doesn't function as advertised, and the developer/distributor of that software is of no help, then whatever you do to get that software working properly is legal.

I didn't consider it "piracy" that I downloaded a hacked version of GTL.  Simbin had my money and I had a game that wouldn't run 90% of the time;  had I not been able to get GTL working I'd have considered them the pirates.

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Posted Jul 12 2014 - 02:50 AM

Indeed. It's illegal while you don't buy it. If you buy it and doesn't work, you have the right to search for a solution, specially when the companies just ignore you.

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Posted Jul 13 2014 - 03:18 AM

Like Stefan wrote, GTL runs fine under Win7-64 using the altbierbude. I have two versions of GTL, the original DVD with Starforce and the Computer Bild Spiele DVD without Starforce.
Have a look at the altbierbude for a fantastic running GTL with very much track and mods, with a autoupdater and servers and all drivers have the same game data.

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