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Unprotects for Sierra's King's Quests and Space Quests. by Independent (IND)

100 of 565 files independent
King's Quest I, King's Quest II, King's Quest III, Space Quest I, Space Quest II.
10 items
  • KQ1.DAT
  • KQ1.DOC
  • KQ2.DAT
  • KQ2.DOC
  • KQ3.DAT
  • KQ3.DOC
  • SQ1.DAT
  • SQ1.DOC
  • SQ2.DAT
  • SQ2.DOC
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        This procedure will enable you to unprotect Sierra On-Line's 3D newest 
        KING'S QUEST I game.  The procedure is based on an unprotect procedure 
        for KING'S QUEST III, by an unknown author. 

        There are two files included in this ARC package: 

                1.  KQ1.DOC - This file 
                2.  KQ1.DAT - Supplementary file needed during DEBUG session. 

        The procedure is relatively simple:

        1) Put a blank, formatted diskette in drive B, and the KING'S QUEST I 
        Disk #1 in drive A, then at the A> prompt, COPY *.* B:.  Then put Disk 
        #1 away - you won't need it anymore! 

        2) Load DEBUG, making sure both KQ1.COM (on the backup disk) and 
        KQ1.DAT (from this package) are both in the current path or on the 
        default drive. 

        3) Use DEBUG to patch KQ1.COM

                -N KQ1.COM
                -L
                -R                            (Record value of CX register)
                -N KQ1.DAT
                -L 141
                -E 3E1
                XXXX:03E1 E8.90 52.90 02.90
                -N KQ1.COM
                -R CX
                CX 0080
                :????                         (Enter value of CX you recorded)
                -W
                -Q

        4) That's all there is to it.  KING'S QUEST I is now 
        unprotected.