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the reason I ask is Norton 360 keeps telling me the pmc.exe is infected...the one I download from Sprocket...see info below..

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On computer as of

1/12/2010 at 2:02:24 AM

Last Used:

1/12/2010 at 7:35:29 AM

Startup Item: No

Launched: No

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Very Few Users

Fewer than 10 users in the Norton Community have used this file.

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Medium

This file risk is medium.

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Threat Details

There are many indications that this file is untrustworthy and therefore not safe

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Origin

Downloaded from http://69.175.13.106/index.php?uid=SPROCKET....

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http://69.175.13.106/index.php?uid=SPROCKET2ARMA2....

Downloaded File:

pmc_setup.exe

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File Actions

Infected file: ....downloads\pmc_setup.exe

Removed

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File Thumbprint:

Not Available

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Gosh, someone who actually uses Norton!

unless they make this run on Ubuntu... I am sticking with what I know...

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Is there a way to convert the file PMC_Setup.exe.md5 to ascii so I can use it in those MD5 compare programs. I have not found one that uses the format Sprocket use. They all seem to want an ASCII file.

Where did you get "PMC_Setup.exe.md5" from? Is this created by the Sprocket downloader?

The direct download gives this information:

MD5: 4a3fe86a002ad4540a2687f4e9c3f00b

You can use an MD5 generator to generate a checksum for your PMC_Setup.exe and compare it to the above.

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Where did you get "PMC_Setup.exe.md5" from? Is this created by the Sprocket downloader?

The direct download gives this information:

MD5: 4a3fe86a002ad4540a2687f4e9c3f00b

You can use an MD5 generator to generate a checksum for your PMC_Setup.exe and compare it to the above.

Thanks that is what I have done already...but you also get a PMC_setup.exe.md5 that seems to be of no use... just wondering if there is a tool to read the .md5 file that sprocket give out with the program.

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Last 50% discount was available on Sprocket and Steam.

It happens on rare occasions, once a year seems to be the rule.

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I have Combined Ops patched to 1.57. I then bought and installed BAF from Sprocket a couple of weeks ago.

Do I have to patch BAF to 1.02, or is the Sprocket download pre-patched?

Thanks,

OP

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I have Combined Ops patched to 1.57. I then bought and installed BAF from Sprocket a couple of weeks ago.

Do I have to patch BAF to 1.02, or is the Sprocket download pre-patched?

Thanks,

OP

You could just download the BAF 1.02 patch and give it a try. If BAF is already at the latest version, the installer will tell you so and you will know for sure. If not, it will update it.

Win-win.

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I just bought PMC and BAF today.

Has anyone made any high-res covers for these yet?

Need something fancy for my game shelf.

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A friend bought OA and BAF and OA's serial wont validate (it say its not in the database). So I am in the process of jumping through SecureRoms' hoops.... :rolleyes: Anyone any idea how long they take to respond to problems? Are they going to make me wait until 9am Monday?

Pita this is :mad:

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I have bought BAF DLC yestarday. But i also get the "writing of license file failed".

I am running the installer as administrator and my firewall is disabled.

Any ideas ? Maybe someone have a solution ?

Thank You.

Regards.

Edited by BLAcKnight_PL

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I have bought BAF DLC yestarday. But i also get the "writing of license file failed".

I am running the installer as administrator and my firewall is disabled.

Any ideas ? Maybe someone have a solution ?

Thank You.

Regards.

this should be resolved since end of last week ...

please try restart Your PC and start the installer via "run as administrator"

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I have tried this solution but without success.

Yesterday i have also bought PMC DLC and i have the same problem.

I don't know if this is the case of Internet provider, blocking sites or something. But it's the first time that i have this issue.

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Thx BIS

I buy yestarday PMC and BAF for € 8.98

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hi all,

today i've bought the 2 dlc pack from sprocket...i couldn't been able to find a boxed version of RFT (payable with paypal) so i've decide to buy from sprocket and give all my money to the devs (since ofp you bis are my heroes)...i don't like DD, i prefer a boxed DVD...but hey better this than nothing...however, i'm asking if there's a chance to backup the two dlcs in case i will not be able to dl the product in future...

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hi all,

today i've bought the 2 dlc pack from sprocket...i couldn't been able to find a boxed version of RFT (payable with paypal) so i've decide to buy from sprocket and give all my money to the devs (since ofp you bis are my heroes)...i don't like DD, i prefer a boxed DVD...but hey better this than nothing...however, i'm asking if there's a chance to backup the two dlcs in case i will not be able to dl the product in future...

Yes, of course. I have OA and DLCs from sprocket, and have those on my external Back-up HDD.

You can even backup your DVD (legally), and have ONE copy of your original disc(s) in case of scratches and alike...

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