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StefanWtal 10-31-19 06:42 AM

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Originally Posted by hauangua (Post 2634735)
Hi Stefan :salute:
A question, Is the operating system different between the home PC and the office PC?


Hi

Yes. They are different:
Home PC -> Windows 10 Home x64
Office PC -> Windows 10 Pro x64

Stefan

olafus1983 10-31-19 04:38 PM

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Originally Posted by StefanWtal (Post 2634695)
Hi all

FYI:
After several month I started to play SH5 again.
Had to move SH5 from C: to D: because space on C: ran out.
Copied SH5 folder from C: to D:.
Uplay was not able to find new location on D:.
Installed SH5 again from my original SH5 DVD to D:.
Uplay updated to V1.2. Everything is working fine.
Today I installed Uplay at my office PC. :-)
Uplay downloaded SH5, and it worked fine (V1.2).
Installed "The Wolves of Steel - SH5 Megamod" and it failed.
Copied SH5.EXE from running SH5 at home to my office PC.
Everything works fine!

Thanx for your work "vdr1981"!!!

Rgds,
Stefan


Is there a possibility to upload the working sh5.exe for the current uplay users?

Thanks in advance!

Aktungbby 10-31-19 04:57 PM

welcome aboard!
 
Olafus1983!:Kaleun_Salute:

fitzcarraldo 10-31-19 05:19 PM

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Originally Posted by StefanWtal (Post 2634708)
After ca. 75 years my grandfather died on U-400.
He served as a "Bootsmannsmaat" on this boot.


Rgds,
Stefan Maas

Welcome aboard and enjoy SUBSIM!

Fitzcarraldo :Kaleun_Salute:

vdr1981 11-01-19 04:11 AM

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Originally Posted by olafus1983 (Post 2634952)
Is there a possibility to upload the working sh5.exe for the current uplay users?

Thanks in advance!

Welcome on board olafus1983! :salute:
I'm not entirely sure are we allowed to do that... :hmmm: Distributing game executable is not really legal IIRC. Someone correct me if I'm wrong...

THEBERBSTER 11-01-19 05:36 AM

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THEBERBSTER 11-01-19 05:39 AM

Hi Vecko
Quote:

Distributing game executable is not really legal IIRC.
Is it legal to sell a game knowingly that it is not fit for purpose?

The fact that the game can no longer be modded is not their responsibility.

Peter

boogieman335 11-01-19 08:20 AM

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Originally Posted by vdr1981 (Post 2634976)
Welcome on board olafus1983! :salute:
I'm not entirely sure are we allowed to do that... :hmmm: Distributing game executable is not really legal IIRC. Someone correct me if I'm wrong...

The Sh5.exe is only 1 file from the game and if the file is a modified version of the Sh5.exe it might be possible, since it is not the complete game, but best to check with a competent copyright attorney to make sure. My suggestion is that people get the Steam version of the game and run the converter on it, rather than the uplay version of the game, or if they have a friend who is willing to give them a copy of their steam version of the sh5.exe file to use it and run the conversion on it. Alternatively their used to be a tutorial on here somewhere to convert the sh5.exe with a hex editor that might do the trick for those with the uplay version.

vdr1981 11-01-19 10:10 AM

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Originally Posted by boogieman335 (Post 2635001)
...or if they have a friend who is willing to give them a copy of their steam version of the sh5.exe file to use it and run the conversion on it.

Note that Steam converter tool can be used on any version of the game. :yep:

fire-fox 11-01-19 05:42 PM

So is it Uplay thatís added some mod protection back in to the game.?

boogieman335 11-02-19 12:09 AM

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Originally Posted by fire-fox (Post 2635058)
So is it Uplay thatís added some mod protection back in to the game.?

I don't think its a mod protection thing. I think they just did something to their u play thing cause I noticed my old Watch Dogs has a new file date on it's .exe too. Maybe they changed some kind of log in protocol or something that needed
changed to work with their servers. It doesn't seem to have affected the Steam or DVD versions though. My Steam version of SH5 still works just fine with TWoS.

fire-fox 11-02-19 03:28 AM

Anyone having these issues use there two factor account aurthentication? I know there pushing it lately

propbeanie 11-02-19 08:00 AM

I use it, and it is a bit of a bother, the worst of it being though that I will get anywhere from 2 to 6 "authentication" codes... which leads me to believe that they have issues. I will usually have my email open when I know I'm going to play a Ubi game, since I know they'll ask me for a code. I will then use the first code they send. By the time I'm finished logging-in and going back to my email, there is always another code, with a different number, and sometimes there are several more. Makes me wonder what kind of "bouncing" the ip packets are doing when I'm sending my initial request, or do they have issues with their servers?... :salute:

fire-fox 11-02-19 08:06 AM

don't use the two part authentication my self.

had SH5 + twos 2.2.15 ( installed when .2.2.15 released ) and just started the game and was ok.

updated too 2.2.# to 2.2.16 and the game loaded to menu ok and ( testing to see if was only with new installs of SH5 or not) showing correct versions and gives the loading bar then black screen and CTD'ed <--- guess its not....

just got the Sub Buddy attack disk installed on the ipad too :wah::wah:

StefanWtal 11-02-19 08:17 PM

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Originally Posted by olafus1983 (Post 2634952)
Is there a possibility to upload the working sh5.exe for the current uplay users?

Thanks in advance!


Don't think so.
Product key seems to be included into sh5.exe.
Sorry!

Rgds,
Stefan


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