Jr786 Neil Watts/Eva Rosalene Nov 19, 2013 @ 8:50am
YDKJ CD-ROM - Full Install Trick
Did you know you can prefrom a Full Install of YDKJ?

1. Install the Game using a 32-Bit OS (Win95/98/2K/XP-32)
2. Copy The Folder Containing any YDKJ Version to your Desktop as a Backup Install
3. Copy the CD-ROM Game data into the Backup Folder
4. Run the App in the Backup Folder
5. Uninstall from Start Menu or Install Source Directory.

And PrestoChangeo, you Now play YDKJ without the CD Inserted in your computer!
Last edited by Jr786 Neil Watts/Eva Rosalene; May 13 @ 7:56am
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Lucas1510 Dec 22, 2013 @ 9:15pm 
Do you know, if this works with YDKJ 1 and 2?
Jr786 Neil Watts/Eva Rosalene Dec 22, 2013 @ 9:18pm 
Originally posted by Lucas1510:
Do you know, if this works with YDKJ 1 and 2?

It's sure to work on Most Versions of YDKJ CD-ROM.

Guaranteed to work on:
- You Don't Know Jack Vol. 1 Original
- You Don't Know Jack Vol. 1 XL
- You Don't Know Jack Vol. 1 Censored Edition
- You Don't Know Jack Vol. 2 Lite (Can be Found in YDKJ Vol. 1)
- You Don't Know Jack Vol. 2 Retail
- You Don't Know Jack Vol. 2 UK Edition
- You Don't Know Jack Vol. 3
- You Don't Know Jack Vol. 4: The Ride
- You Don't Know Jack Vol. 6: The Lost Gold
- You Don't Know Jack Sports
- You Don't Know Jack Television
- You Don't Know Jack Movies
- You Don't Know Jack HeadRush
- You Don't Know Jack Offline [Best of NetShow]
- You Don't Know Jack Louder Faster Funnier [Offline Vol. 2]
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Lucas1510 Dec 22, 2013 @ 9:30pm 
Great, thank you :D
Jr786 Neil Watts/Eva Rosalene Dec 22, 2013 @ 9:32pm 
Originally posted by Lucas1510:
Great, thank you :D

Do you have any of the YDKJ CD-ROM Titles?
Lucas1510 Dec 22, 2013 @ 9:34pm 
Yes, part 1 and part 2 or 3.
Jr786 Neil Watts/Eva Rosalene Dec 22, 2013 @ 9:35pm 
Originally posted by Lucas1510:
Yes, part 1 and part 2 or 3.

Is your Computer 32 or 64 bit? You can't launch the YDKJ Classic Installer [Vol. 1 Original/XL/Censored, Vol. 2 Lite/Retail/UK, Vol. 3, Movies, Sports & Television] on a 64-Bit Computer.
Last edited by Jr786 Neil Watts/Eva Rosalene; Dec 22, 2013 @ 9:37pm
Lucas1510 Dec 22, 2013 @ 9:36pm 
64bit Windows 7
Jr786 Neil Watts/Eva Rosalene Dec 22, 2013 @ 9:41pm 
Originally posted by Lucas1510:
64bit Windows 7

You may have to use Windows XP Mode to install the Classic YDKJ CD-Roms [Vol. 1 Original/XL/Censored, Vol. 2 Lite/Retail/UK, Vol. 3, Movies, Sports & Television].

However, YDKJ Vol. 4: The Ride, Offline, Louder Faster Funnier & HeadRush should be able to install on Win7 64bit.
Lucas1510 Dec 23, 2013 @ 9:54am 
Tank you, I'll give it a try :)
ROBsLab May 13 @ 7:49am 
Is there any chance you could rephrase and elaborate your instructions? Unfortunately, I have no idea what you mean (particularly with #2).
I know I could probably use a virtual drive, but I'm interested in your technique. :-)

ROBsLab :-).
Originally posted by ROBsLab:
Is there any chance you could rephrase and elaborate your instructions? Unfortunately, I have no idea what you mean (particularly with #2).
I know I could probably use a virtual drive, but I'm interested in your technique. :-)

ROBsLab :-).

I just did.
If you don't have a Closed Source 32-Bit OS, such as WinXP, you can try to emulate it.
ROBsLab May 13 @ 9:23am 
How do you mean by backup install? Do you mean using the Backup and System restore program? If so, when I create a backup of the folder, it creates a backup file rather than a folder. Or are you saying to create a folder, put the backup file in it, add the CD-Rom data and then run the backup file within it?

ROBsLab :-).
Jr786 Neil Watts/Eva Rosalene May 13 @ 10:41am 
Originally posted by ROBsLab:
How do you mean by backup install? Do you mean using the Backup and System restore program? If so, when I create a backup of the folder, it creates a backup file rather than a folder. Or are you saying to create a folder, put the backup file in it, add the CD-Rom data and then run the backup file within it?

ROBsLab :-).

Create a folder, put the backup file in it, add the CD-Rom data and then run the backup file within it?
ROBsLab May 13 @ 5:14pm 
I'm sorry but I still don't know what you mean by "as a backup install". :-/ Are you just saying to copy the folder that was installed in Program Files (if using the default install directory) on to the desktop?

ROBsLab :-).
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