NFS: Undercover - De-Authorization Tool.

April 1st 2009

Need for Speed Undercover contains the SecuROM digital rights management technology (DRM), which forces you to activate your game over the internet. You could "authorize" your game on up to five computers at the same time. If you made changes to your hardware, the system required a new authorization. If you reached five activations, you had to contact the EA support to free your slots.

Now Electronic Arts released the De-Authorization Tools, which allows you to manage your authorization-slots and can de-authorize them.

You can find more information about the de-authorization on this website:

http://activate.ea.com/deauthorize/


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