Dec 072017
 
Very nice menu driven program to automatically unprotect 92 programs, mostly games, some recent.
File UNPROT21.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Unprotects for Games and Such
Very nice menu driven program to automatically unprotect 92 programs, mostly games, some recent.
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Contents of the README.DOC file








The D-Protector
Menu Driven Copy Protection Removal Program



This program is being distributed as SHAREWARE. For
those of you who don't know, this means that I the programmer
would like you, the user to send me a small contribution of
between $15-$20, although any size contribution will be
appreciated.

Now, this is not money just thrown away, either.
Registering your program with me does have it's benifits.
For instance, you will be notified of updates to the program.
Because there are so many programs, I am constantly adding
program unprotects to my program. You, the registered user
will be entitled to these. You can also contact me for a
specific program unprotect, and I will see what I can do.

Because of the expense I have gone through to get these
unprotects and put them in my program, I feel that this is a
fairly small amount to ask for considering the usefulness of
the program. Where as programs such as Copyiipc copy the
copy protection right onto the target disk, thus still not
allowing you to run it from your hard drive, my program will
completely remove the copy protection, as if it were never
there.

A lot of new programs are incorporating code wheels and
documentation copy protection schemes. These are the most
annoying of all copy protection's to me. I personally do not
intend to search through a whole book every time I want to
play a game. I would just as soon play something different.

I also run my own BBS. Any person that register's with
me will have completely free access to all areas, (Including
my DPROTECTER update area.) and will be already logged on
on your first call. (Send me a password with your
contribution, please.)

Anyway, send contributions to: Tim Trahan
Route 1, Box 559 D
Leland, MS 38756
Voice (601) 335-7007
BBS (601) 334-4718
(The Circuit Breaker BBS)




















The D-Protector
Menu Driven Copy Protection Removal Program



Program Operation:

The program is very simplistic to use. The first time
you run the program, you will be prompted for your computer
setup. (If not, press F3 and configure the program to your
computer.) You will first be asked which drive the
D-Protector will be run from. Next you will be prompted for
the path in which the D-Protector will be run from. Make
sure you are correct in these two entries, else the program
will not find the unprotect files.

The next prompt will be for the source drive. This is
the drive that you will have a COPY (Never, ever use an
original disk because some companies put out more than one
version of the program and the unprotect may not work. It
is, however, PERMANENT. If you unprotect an original and it
does not work, you no longer have a program. So use a copy.)
Put only the drive here, no path. By the way, in all drive
specifications, make sure you include a : after the drive
letter. For instance if you source drive were A: make sure
you put A:, not A or the program will not work.

You can have a hard drive as your source drive, because
the program does not actually read the copy protection. What
my program does is go into the program code and alter the
program to bypass the copy protection. It does this using
MS-DOS debug, so make sure that file is in your current
drive/path or the program will not work.

After you get set up, the screen will come up with a
menu of programs. All you do is use the up/down arrows to
choose a program, and press enter. A dialog box will pop up,
informing you of any special requirements to run the chosen
unprotect. If all requirements have been met, press F10, and
a prompt will pop asking for the path the program is in.
Enter the path and press enter. The rest is automatic. If
all goes well, the program should say that the target file
should be unprotected. If it can't find the program file, it
will prompt you to insert it. If something should go wrong,
press Control C and terminate the batch file. You will when
be returned to the main menu of programs.

All that is left to do is to test the program. If it
works, great! If not, you have a different version of the
program then my program supports. Call me and check to see
if I have an unprotect for you.















Edit Unprotect:

This option allows you to edit an existing unprotect.
All files are debug script files that are executed by debug
when the unprotect is run. Therefore, the unprotect should
be written in debug language. If you don't know what you are
doing, don't mess with it.

This option also allows you to edit the name of the
unprotect, the protected file name, and the description of
the unprotect. Again, do not mess with these unless you know
what you are doing.

Add Unprotect:

This allows you to add an unprotect to the program. You
should know how to use debug if you are going to use this
option. Once you have entered the protected file name, use
the next screen like a mini-word processor. Make a debug
script file that will go in and remove/bypass the copy
protection.

Once you are done there, press F10 to continue. A pop
up box will appear. This screen works the same as the last
screen, except this is the screen for special instructions on
the unprotect. Once done, press F10 again.

Yet another box will appear prompting you for the name
of the unprotect. You should enter the program name here,
and press enter. That's it. The menu of programs will be
resorted, and the unprotect will be added.

By the way, any unprotect you add that works and that I
do not have, would be appreciated. By sending me this, you
will automatically become a registered user. You can send it
to me via my mailing address, or my BBS, which ever you
choose.

Future Editions:

Plans for future editions include, first and foremost,
more unprotects. A lot of my library of unprotects have
instructions that a debug script file can not accomplish. So
another future edition change will be that I am going to
completely redo the way unprotects are stored and executed.

I plan to completely bypass debug and design my on
editor. This will allow me to add another good 150
unprotects to my program. This will also eliminate the need
to have a different file (#'s 1 - 73) for each unprotect in
the library, hence allowing better usage of disk space on
regular floppy drives. Registered users will receive updates
free of charge (Except for postage and cost of disk.)
















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