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Post  Gryz on Thu Jul 28, 2011 7:05 pm

Well i'm having trouble getting online, I have a copied disk of PSO for DC and when i try to get online it ask for a serial number on the game case, but because its a burned disk I dont have one. anyone know a way around that... and Also do i have to have a active phone service. What are the things i'd need to get online if its possible. i would do anything, I used to play the xbox version and i loved battling, and i was look though my brothers DC games and i saw PSO and now i have to get online again. confused

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Post  Aleron Ives on Thu Jul 28, 2011 8:50 pm

Most CD-R copies come with a shared serial number and access key you can use. For going online, you either need a dial-up ISP or to shell out 100$ for a BBA.

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Post  Moopthehedgehog on Mon Aug 01, 2011 9:07 am

Aleron Ives wrote:Most CD-R copies come with a shared serial number and access key you can use. For going online, you either need a dial-up ISP or to shell out 100$ for a BBA.
$100?! It's more like... $180-$250 depending on if it's a white or black one...
Does Sylverant assign GuildCard numbers based on the modem's hardware ID + SN/AK (kind of like the BBA thing)? Or is it a different process altogether for modems?
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Post  BlueCrab on Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:06 am

Moopthehedgehog wrote:Does Sylverant assign GuildCard numbers based on the modem's hardware ID + SN/AK (kind of like the BBA thing)? Or is it a different process altogether for modems?
Its not the modem's hardware ID, its the unique ID of the Dreamcast itself (which is stored in the non-writable portion of the Flashrom, I think).

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Post  Moopthehedgehog on Fri Aug 12, 2011 5:20 pm

Oh, well, that clears it up! Thanks!
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