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Just got computers installed at work (Fire Dept). As you can imagine, us firefighters have nothing to do on our "downtime" except play computer games. We have been competing for the high score on Space Cadet Pinball. I've tried to use "Regedit" to put in a fake high score on my home computer without success. I was wondering if there's a way to enter a high score without actually having to play. We use Windows NT at work---any difference? (Yes--your tax dollars hard at work--they don't show that on Rescue911)
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Unless you know how to complie the code of a .dat file there is little help for you. This info is stored in the pinball.dat file in c:\program files\windowsNT\pinball\.
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Well, it was worth a try. Thanks for the quick response. Guess I'll have to do it the old fashioned way!
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