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Bioshock Activation Revoke Tool

Discussion in 'Games' started by ktr, Oct 14, 2007.

  1. ktr

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    http://www.2kgames.com/cultofrapture/revoketool.html

    I don't have bioshock but found this on my daily news reading, and I guess it might come in handy for some peeps here.
     
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    will come in handly when I get my new mobo and seriously play this game lol.. Im on my second install now and not even playing :O :shadedshu lol
     
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    why aren't you playing? your system is fine, whats wrong?
     
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    Handy tool KTR, it will come in handy when I go to sell it.
     
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    never bought it yet. Singleplayer games don't interest me as much as multiplayer games.
     
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    oh, i see, but i was asking Chewy :D
     
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    thanks ktr was waiting for this
     
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    Thanks, i can finally remove it from xp (i installed it to xp, then remembered it was dx10:eek:)
     
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    Yeah my system is decent for playing the game but Ive just been doing other things :p

    My monitor sits a bit further away now too with my new desk :S which sucks/bothers my vision and I dont think a 24" would make much diff at all, but it might be enough.. that the biggest size screen my desk could take I think... I have 2.5 inches space left before my monitor hits the side stand things.. so I doubt a 26" tv will fit.. maybe I could get an monitor arm thing lol so I can bring my monitor a bit closer! wonder how it will look :p

    heres my desk
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