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Diablo 2 CDKey- how do you find yours

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AlmondTofu    0

i need to find the cd keys that i installed it with.......tried registry editor and stuff, dunno its not working

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Xerxes    182

How about on the back of the jewel case?

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jlmodell    0

actually if i remember right, they were on the front-right of the jewel case :D

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tunafish    7

Now i wonder if we have a warezed copy here :) It will be located on the cd case

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Quick Shot    44

Yep on the case. I have it right in front of me.

Welcome buddy. Before posting you should get familiar with the rules ;)

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I am Redbeard    16

ACTUALLY, I do remeber correctly, and I know they are on the little black paper cases, thats for Diablo II. For LoD, its on the front of the one jewel case.

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Pyroteknikz    0

I think he means that he has the game installed, he doesn't remember his CD Key, and wants to know how to find it. He already used Registry Editor and it wont work, and he wants to know what programs he can use to find his CD Key.

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Wilhelmus    12

Google search found this.

@ linuxquestions.org:

Second of all, Your CD Key for LOD and Diablo 2 are imbedded into the Patch_D2.mpq and d2data.mpq files

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GreenMartian    90

I think he means that he has the game installed, he doesn't remember his CD Key, and wants to know how to find it. He already used Registry Editor and it wont work, and he wants to know what programs he can use to find his CD Key.

Or to steal one from an installed copy in a local net shop. I'm not accusing anyone of anything, merely pointing out the possibilities. I used to do the same thing during my youth days (half-life 1 was a no-brainer).

That is, until i started working - and realised how hard it is to actually make money from developing software.. :yes:

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