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November 30, 2012 7:21:01 AM

hey guys! i had installed uplay software in my laptop but when i ws installing my assasins creed revelations (which is a pirated one) it just stopped working! then i thought the uplay software must have stopped it! then i uninstalled uplay app. but now when i installed assasins creed 3 it too shows the same problem. what should i do? shud i clean the registry or something? if thats the case, then how to clean it?

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November 30, 2012 8:14:52 AM

We can't help you with pirated software.

Your only fix is to delete it all then reinstall your whole operating system to clean out the pirate filth.
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November 30, 2012 9:42:38 AM

You have to format your system then only your problem will short out.
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November 30, 2012 10:17:47 AM

Prithiv527 said:
hey guys! i had installed uplay software in my laptop but when i ws installing my assasins creed revelations (which is a pirated one) it just stopped working! then i thought the uplay software must have stopped it! then i uninstalled uplay app. but now when i installed assasins creed 3 it too shows the same problem. what should i do? shud i clean the registry or something? if thats the case, then how to clean it?


Pirated Software, from the Internet, usually comes with malware and spyware these days.

So yeah, grab GPartEd and start over.

SDB.
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November 30, 2012 11:32:24 AM

This topic has been closed by SR-71 Blackbird

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November 30, 2012 11:34:14 AM

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