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Tutorial I shall play ca!

Discussion in 'Combat Arms' started by KUPKAKE, Aug 27, 2013.

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  1. KUPKAKE

    KUPKAKE

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    this Tutorial on how to Play CA on a Virtual Machine

    Mac Version idk if it works on Widows, but if it dose let me know!

    well seeing that you have a Mac OS X and have VMware Fusion and Combat arms installed in it
    but this error message keeps popping up:"sorry, this application cannot run under a virtual machine"


    well here is how you can fix that

    ok first things first
    PLEASE Double check what your doing

    lets start!

    CLOSE YOUR Virtual Machine! if you had it open

    look for your Virtual Machine
    should be located in your Documents>Virtual Machine>(Name of your VM).vmwarevm

    now once your at your "NameOfVM.vmwarevm" you will need to view the files in it
    right click>Show Package Contents

    good job, now look for a file "NameOfVM.vmx" it should be like 3kbs and always ending with ".vmx"
    right click>Open With>TextEdit

    a window will pop-up showing lots of information ending with "TRUE", "FALSE", Numbers, and some other stuff
    Example:

    .encoding = "UTF-8"
    config.version = "8"
    virtualHW.version = "9"
    scsi0.present = "TRUE"
    scsi0.virtualDev = "lsisas1068"
    memsize = "3000"
    mem.hotadd = "TRUE"



    GO TO THE BOTTOM OF THAT PAGE
    and (don't copy the "----------ADDTHIS----------")

    v-----------ADDTHIS----------v


    svga.vramSize = 268435456
    monitor_control.restrict_backdoor = "true"
    isolation.tools.getPtrLocation.disable = "true"
    isolation.tools.setPtrLocation.disable = "true"
    isolation.tools.setVersion.disable = "true"
    isolation.tools.getVersion.disable = "true"
    monitor_control.disable_directexec = "true"


    ^----------ADDTHIS----------^

    Now Save it! Close it! and Start your VM
    if your paranoid like me, i would create and Original VM.vmx (place it somewhere else)
    and save your EditedNew VM.vmx into the folder

    NOW you SHOULD be able to Play Combat Arms

    if NOT follow the Steps Below





    first things first

    you should be on your VM trying to play CA but your still getting the error message
    "sorry, this application cannot run under a virtual machine"

    close that
    now Click the Start Button (Windows button) and in the Search Bar Look-up "RegEdit"

    open "RegEdit"
    you will see a window with folders, now follow this:
    "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SYSTEM/CurrentControlSet/Control/Class/{4D36E968-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}/0000"

    Once your in the folder "0000", locate and right click "DriverDesc" and click Modify
    a small window will pop-up, you will also see "VMWare SVGA II" or "VMWare SVGA 3D" or something along those lines
    now Delete it, then hit OK

    close "RegEdit"

    and start Combat Arms!
    if you did this Right, you should be able to play CA and own noobs again
    HAVE FUN!

    if you did this Wrong, Check all the Step and Redo them

    but if you cant find what you did Wrong, your probably better off just Deleting the VM and start a new VM and Follow the steps again
    and if that dont work, sorry in advance

    Good Luck and Kick Some Ass


     
  2. poolwizard

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    hi mate, i'm currently hwid banned so i'm trying to run VMware to bypass it.

    anyway, for the first steps you gave, i cant find the "good job, now look for a file "NameOfVM.vmx" it should be like 3kbs and always ending with ".vmx"
    right click>Open With>TextEdit" bit, perhaps you could make a printscreen of it?

    as for the second stage, i tried it but it didnt work.

    my vmware os is windows xp home edition. thanks
     
  3. KUPKAKE

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