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Old 05-23-2006, 11:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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what is the best way to copy games to my laptop? and does anyone know of ways that i can make my compaq presario 2100 faster and be able to hold more memory?
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Can you 'legally' copy the game?

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Adding more RAM to your laptop can increase performance. How much is in their already? (Control Panel > System if you don't know...)

Your laptop has 2 RAM slots for the SODIMM type. It supports SODDIMs that are 266Mhz or higher in speed (that's PC2100).
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well, the best way to install games is with a DVD-ROM drive, because 75% of new games use DVDs.
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Copying games is illegal...
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Copying games is illegal...
...well, if it's copyright protected .

...but I'm guessing not in this case :freak: ...
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Well, most games that you would want to copy are copyright-protected, unless its those 9million year old freeware DOS games...
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If you're talking about illegally copying...

If you're talking about mounting an image of the disk in order to play the game without the disk, get Daemon Tools.
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Do you mean install the game to your laptop? Or do you mean install it where you dont need to have the CD to play? Or do you mean something else?
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so any form of copying games such as ps2 and xbox game is illegal? i just would wanyt to make a copy of it so if i lost the original or if the original was damaged i would have a back-up...and i read on google that it was only illegal if you copy a game that you dont legally own, or if you try to sell the copied game, but i could be wrong...i will get back you later bout the RAM on my laptop because i am away from it, but is RAM something easy to install or would i have to go get professional help?
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Nope it's easy to upgrade RAM. Just need to remove the hatch on the underside of your laptop and either upgrade existing RAM to greater capacity, or add another into a spare SODIMM slot.

You're manual instructs you how to do this. You can download a PDF reference guide for your Compaq Presario Notebook 2100 here:

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/m...385190&dlc=en&

Also, about copyright protection, it's illegal to circumvent copyright protection put in place on CDs, and to break the EULA for a piece of software.
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