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Duke Nukem Forever General Discussion (13 posts)
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69 years old
Birthday:
May 3, 1950
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Location:
Kennewick, Wa
Interests:
I play a lot of computer games. My 1st computer was a Timex Sinclair 1000, then into the Commodore series of computers, then MS DOS, and up the MS DOS chain, then I started with Windows 3.0 and up to what I have now Win7 Home 32bit.
I am an Amateur Radio Operator. I have an AA degree in electronics, 2 way radio, tv, vcr and windows based computer repair. I am retired now

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  1. In Topic: re: downloading Duke 4

    26 October 2017 - 03:51 AM

    1st off I don't like your term "crappy hardware". The laptop in question is a Dell Inspiron 15-3541. It is not junk and it is just about a year and a half old. I am a reasonable person. Insults just cause problems. Throwing insults are the arguments employed by those who are in the wrong. And is the sign of an insecure, closed minded person that is a Mashugana and a Yutz.



    View PostPaul B, on 26 October 2017 - 02:24 AM, said:

    Well if you think Steam was the result of your crappy hardware failing then there's absolutely no reasoning with you. Even a virus attempting to destroy the head /motor on a hard-drive wouldn't happen in the time frame you're describing. Sorry to hear about your shitty luck with hardware.
  2. In Topic: re: downloading Duke 4

    25 October 2017 - 11:51 PM

    1st off I have legal non-stream, fully licensed Duke Nukem 3D on disk. 2nd we are talking about Duke 4. Not Dukem Nukem 3D. 3rd I tried the "platform steam" once. I downloaded the steam platform and the next day when I turned on my laptop. Everything was fine (OS Win7 Home 32bit) until I started steam ( was lucky I hadn't plugged in my D: hard drive in the USB case yet). When I started the stream prog. My laptop went nuts, like R2D2 on crack. It pop, made all kinds of weird beeping sounds and then died, deader then a door nail. I had to change out the "C" hard drive and the memory sticks to make the laptop work again. And then partition the new hard drive and format it before reinstalling everything from the backup disks starting with the OS. That's why I don't like stream and I will never use it again.

    A PS: I still have the original MS DOS Duke Nukem and a lot of other MS DOS games that I play on Win7 via the DosBox emulator.

    View PostPaul B, on 25 October 2017 - 10:51 PM, said:

    You digital guys are sure giving the analog guy a hard time. The reason you will be hard pressed to find a non steam licensed version of Duke Nukem 3D is because it doesn't exist. All software companies have moved to digital licenses using online services. The main reason for this is to ensure people are purchasing the software legally and not pirating it. With digital licenses they can control who can use the software and can ban a license if for any reason it has been activated too many times. It's an attempt to stop piracy, maximize profits & improve deployments. Steam had a terrible launch when it first came out and it took many years to get it right. Now the platform has proven to be a lot more reliable. It is also nice that you never have to worry about misplacing a product license as all your licenses become transparent and tied to your steam e-mail account. And i'm sure you probably already knew that.
  3. In Topic: re: downloading Duke 4

    25 October 2017 - 11:29 AM

    I am still getting an error message when I click on the link. This time from my ISP "No Results Found for “Totally Legit Site to Buy Duke Nukem 4no Fake USD Real”" and that is after I corrected the typo.

    View PostTheZombieKiller, on 25 October 2017 - 04:20 AM, said:

    Site works perfectly for me, I got six free copies of DNF! You just have to fix a typo in the link, change the ',' after 'www' to '.'
  4. In Topic: re: downloading Duke 4

    24 October 2017 - 08:28 PM

    I keep getting "Server not found, Firefox can’t find the server at www.www,totallylegitsitetobuydukenukem4nofake60usd4real.dnf." when I tried to log into the link bellow.

    Steve

    View PostMaisth, on 24 October 2017 - 07:37 PM, said:

    there's this totally legit site that i didn't made up where you can download Duke 4 complete version 100% legit no fake

    www,totallylegitsitetobuydukenukem4nofake60usd4real.dnf

    On a serious note unless you want to download it ilegally by pirating it there's no other way of playing DNF than Steam.
  5. In Topic: Re: Duke Nukem II crashing

    19 July 2017 - 06:22 PM

    I don't need to mod the FLIC files. I may look at them for the shits an giggles of it. Thanks for all your help.

    View PostK1n9_Duk3, on 19 July 2017 - 01:14 PM, said:

    You don't. The NUKEM2.F? files are FLIC animations that you can edit with the animation editor in "K1n9_Duk3's Enormous Tool". Just leave them alone unless you want to edit the intro animations.

    Ironically, the NUKEM2.F? files are actually "compressed", while NUKEM2.CMP itself is not compressed in any way.

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