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    Unlock protected files

    Hi there, I was digging out some of my old creations to update them in MMF2 Dev but all I could find where the applications that were built and protected. Is there anyway to unlock these protected .gam files???

    Any help is much appreciated.

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    Re: Unlock protected files

    Unfortunately if they are protected then you cannot unlock them.

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    Re: Unlock protected files

    but I was sure I remember a couple of years ago on this forum that there was a tool that would allow you to unlock the file again.

    Is this not arround anymore or would there be a memory address that I could physcially change in the file to make it useable again?? I'm really desperate!

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    Re: Unlock protected files

    Clickteam could do this before. I can't remember why they can't anymore, but I think it is like you said, they lost the tool.

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    Re: Unlock protected files

    do you know anyone here that may have the tool?? its just a bit rubbish that my old games cannot be read. i had a good engine too, just wanted to update it!

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    Re: Unlock protected files

    No one has the tool. It was lost in a hard-drive failure as far as I can remember. Pretty sure they learned their lesson on that and now keep backups of everything important :P

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    Re: Unlock protected files

    The tool was internal to CT, not available to anyone else.

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    Re: Unlock protected files

    Files are protected for a reason: to prevent reverse engineering, you should never ever dispose of your old .gam's .cca's .mfa's unless your upgrading them, like transforming a .gam into a .mfa.

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    Hmmm... I'm having the same problem. I have an old game I wrote. It is a cca file. When I try to open it in MMF, it says it is protected.
    If I install Click n' Create on a Windows 7 or Vista computer, would I be able to unlock it? I don't have the original password.
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichC View Post
    Hmmm... I'm having the same problem. I have an old game I wrote. It is a cca file. When I try to open it in MMF, it says it is protected.
    If I install Click n' Create on a Windows 7 or Vista computer, would I be able to unlock it? I don't have the original password.
    Thanks.
    It is not a case of needing a password, it means that rather than opening the original editable .cca file you are trying to open a standalone (exported) version of the CCA where the 'Protect Game' feature was enabled.
    .:::.Joshtek.:::.

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