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> Problème avec GTA4 pour l'activation
Eklips
posté Dec 18 2008, 03:38 PM
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Salut, j'ai acheter le jeux mercredi sur PC, je voulais l'installer sur mon pc portable, mais il n'a pas internet, car je n'est pas envie d'avoir de virus deçu. Le jeu s'installe parfaitement mais pour l'activer, avec l'activation manuelle car j'ai lu qu'il fallait faire ça pour l'activer en hors ligne.
Mais une fois que je rentre ma clé cd et l'autre clé qu'on nous fourni a ce moment là, l'activation ne continue pas, j'ai essayé plusieurs fois et bien vérifier ma clé, mais sans succès, donc si vous pouvez m'aider ça serait volontiers, je pense pas que ça soit un problème de clé vu que c'est l'original, mais peut être une mauvaise manipulation, merci d'avance pour vos futurs réponses!
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Eklips
posté Dec 22 2008, 11:20 AM
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Problème toujours pas résolu si quelqu'un aurait des aides ça serait volontiers.
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Strack
posté Dec 22 2008, 03:03 PM
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Salut,

Concernant l'activation sans internet je serais pas trop t'aider, as tu appelé la hotline de Rockstar ? (voir le manuel du jeu)
Sinon peut être que tu devrais mettre internet 5min l'histoire de l'activer et aprés retirer si vraiment tu ne veux pas internet dessus ..

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Invité_MagicOPromotion_*
posté May 27 2009, 01:43 PM
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Bonjour

Etant un grand fan de C&C je me rend souvent sur votre site, cest là dailleurs que jai trouvé le tutorial pour léditeur de maps de Generals...my étant mis depuis peu..je me retrouve avec un gros problème...en voulant ajuster la bordure le rectangle orange jai fait une mauvaise manipe et du coup je ne la vois plus. Y a rien là dessus dans le tutorial...quelquun pourrait maider sil vous plait?

EDIT : arf je me suis gourré de section je crois...désolé
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aarose
posté Oct 8 2009, 03:44 AM
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Chinese experts Wednesday chided the UN Human Rights chief for her remarks over the recent riots in Xinjiang, calling them "biased" and "indiscreet".
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"The remarks will definitely hurt relations between China and the UN in the field of human rights," said Pang Zhongying, an expert at the international studies department of Renmin University of China.
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Navanethem Pillay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, reportedly expressed concern over the riots in Xinjiang as well as the situation in Tibet while delivering a report to the 12th session of the UN Commission on Human Rights on Tuesday.
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She criticized the Chinese government for "discrimination and the failure to protect minority rights."
The report reflects "ingrained prejudice against China," and only repeated the old tones used by some Western countries against China, Pang said.
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Dong Yunhu, vice-president and secretary-general of China Society for Human Rights Studies, said some foreigners have always made their judgments on Tibet and Xinjiang based on fragments of information.
"They should try to know more about Xinjiang and Tibet, especially the government's policies and measures to safeguard human rights there," he said.
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Li Baodong, China's permanent UN representative in Geneva, also expressed regret over Pillay's speech and said that the current issues in Xinjiang and Tibet are "not about human rights."
"It is regrettable that the high commissioner did not respect the fact and interferes in the domestic affairs of a sovereign country," he said.
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In another development, a high-level EU official said yesterday after a four-day visit to Tibet that life there is quite different from what Western people are generally told.
"I must tell you that from what we were able to witness, there is religious freedom," Mario Sepi, president of the European Economic and Social Committee, told the media in Beijing.
"We saw people in the streets praying, going about their own business with their own personal religious beliefs. We visited two temples they were full."
Sepi said he was also impressed by the "tremendous economic growth" in Tibet.
Li Xiaokun contributed to the story
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