Posted 16 July 2008 - 05:03 PM
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Posted 18 July 2008 - 06:59 AM
start > All programs > Accessories > Command Prompt
but, from your question, I'm guessing you are either not familiar with, or not comfortable with this.
Another way is to create a shortcut:
These instructions are for Windows XP - Vista users please adjust as necessary.
1) right-click on autopatcher.exe in an explorer window (explorer is the proper program name for "My Computer" and "My Documents");
2) a context menu will open -- click on "Create Shortcut" . A new icon will appear "Shortcut to autopatcher.exe";
3) right click on "Shortcut to autopatcher.exe" -- it will open with the box next to "Target" highlighted;
4) press the right cursor key to remove the highlighting;
5) type in " /nolicense" including the leading space but without the quotes and click the OK button.
6) "Shortcut to autopatcher.exe" can be renamed either in the usual way or by selecting the "General" tab whilst "Properties" is open and editing its name there.
Posted 18 July 2008 - 09:10 PM
I did as instructed and it works. I had autopatcher pinned to the start menu and wasn't sure how to change it. I edited the shortcut and pinned that one to the start menu.
BTW I was not familiar with how to do it.
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