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Unprotect Castle Wolfenstein. by Independent (IND)

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3 items
  • CWOLFUNP.BAT
  • CWOLFUNP.DOC
  • CWOLFUNP.INP
  • Zip / DOS   How to
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Castle Wolfenstein Unprotect (TMH)

NOTE: This unprotect was tested using IBM DOS 2.1 (The same DOS
      that comes with the original Castle Wolfenstein Disk), and
      MS DOS 2.11. It worked well with both; however, I also tried
      IBM DOS 3.2, and it did not work. Other versions of DOS may 
      also not work properly) 

1. Format a Double sided diskette. You can use the /S option 
   if you would like to make the diskette self-booting.

2. Write-protect the original Castle Wolfenstein disk, and then
   Copy all the files from the original disk to the formatted disk
   using the DOS command Copy *.*. DO NOT USE DISKCOPY!

3. Copy DEBUG.COM from your DOS diskette, and the files CWOLFUNP.BAT
   and CWOLFUNP.INP to the formatted disk.

4. Place the formatted disk in drive A, and at the DOS prompt A>, 
   Enter "CWOLFUNP".

5. The file CWOLFUNP.INP provides instructions to DEBUG. It will do 
   all of the work for you.

6. When you run your copy, don't write-protect it. The game requires
   that the disk be un-write-protected.
 
You should now have an uprotected and disk copy-able Copy of Castle
Wolfenstein. One note: This unprotected version needs tracks 34-38
blank; that means that you should not copy any thing else onto this
disk. If you do, and tracks 34-38 have something written on them, the
program will not run.

Boot up and enjoy!→→→→→→→→→→→