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Old 06-14-2008, 01:47 AM
ScandicAngler ScandicAngler is offline
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Default Have no Serial number / key code ?

Dear Community,

I am from Norway. I bought today the DVD (Kalypso version) of Theatre Of War Incredible game !!! With one word: Perfect !

But I have 2 questions:

1) Before and after installation, the DVD didn`t asked me for a serial or license number? Also there is no where serial number into the cover and I installed the new patch on it. The game works very well

But where is my serial/license number or key code?
Or is there no need for a number?

2) The complete game installation from DVD took over 50 minutes. Is it normal?



Thanks and Best Regards
ScandicAngler

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Old 07-09-2008, 06:17 AM
Sneaksie Sneaksie is offline
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Dear Community,

I am from Norway. I bought today the DVD (Kalypso version) of Theatre Of War Incredible game !!! With one word: Perfect !

But I have 2 questions:

1) Before and after installation, the DVD didn`t asked me for a serial or license number? Also there is no where serial number into the cover and I installed the new patch on it. The game works very well

But where is my serial/license number or key code?
Or is there no need for a number?

2) The complete game installation from DVD took over 50 minutes. Is it normal?



Thanks and Best Regards
ScandicAngler
Hello ScandicAngler

1) There is no serial number in Kalypso version. After patching, game needs DVD in the drive though.

2) 50mins for installation is too long. If other games install normally on your machine, it may be caused by DVD drive, HDD fragmentation level, or dirty or slightly defective DVD.
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