Do you need a CD to play World of Warcraft?
If you do not want to have to download the entire game from Blizzard, then you need a CD to install the game. Otherwise, you can just download the game and install it that way. Either way, to play the full version, you need the basic account and all expansions up-to-date.
Once World of Warcraft is installed you no longer need to keep the CD in the drive to play it; since your character information is stored on their server, all you have to do is log in and play.
You install a CD and use the internet to play you can not play on the website.
It doesn't matter where you buy world of warcraft. if you buy World of Warcraft in a shop then you will get the CD/DVD and the CD key and if you buy it Online then you will get the key with email. with this key you can register an World of Warcraft account. then you have to pay a monthly fee that you can pay with a normal credit card or you can buy a… Read More
Yes, it needs ALOT of space on your hard drive. You have to INSTALL the game in order to play the game. The CD just contains the installer.
The Warcraft CD-Key is a verification key that allows you to play Warcraft III. It is normally found on the inside of your Warcraft III box. But if your looking to buy one, then search the internet as they can be bought cheaply
yes it requires
Installing world of warcraft from a CD requires no internet, and you can also copy an existing installation via CD, USB or Flashdrive. However, playing and updating the game still requires access to the internet.
If you are using the World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade cd to install the game, then yes, it needs the internet as it will have to go online and update the game client to the very latest version of the game. This is done automatically.
Make sure that your auto-play for the CD drive is active.
In order to play on World of Warcraft: Lich King, or Burning Crusade, or Cataclysm, you are required to purchase and install all previous versions of the game. The reason for this is simple - Only World of Warcraft is a stand alone game and all the other ones are expansions to this. It is possible to download all of these games for free from the Blizzard website or through CD's or DVD's already in… Read More
Does World of Warcraft have to be un-installed in order to install World of Warcraft on a different computer?
No, you can use the same CD and install it on other machines BUT you can only play one machine at a time. Since it registered to your account.
If you lose your CD to warcraft 3, but still have the CD-key, you are able to go to us.battle.net and create a battle.net account. Upon creating account you will be able to input your WC3 CD to register it with your battle.net account, which in turn will allow you to download the WC3 game as well as the patch that allows you to play without a CD.
If you can not use CD's in your computer, then you can download the game from the official website and install it that way.
World of Warcraft can be installed either by CD/DVD or by downloading the installer from the official website (See related links for site). Installing is really easy. For the CD/DVD installer, just insert it into your CD/DVD drive and let 'er rip. Depending on the speed of your drive this can take some time and if you have the CD's it will ask to change CD's part of the way through. No matter if you… Read More
Use a crack...
Warcraft 3 was recently patched to no longer require the CD to start. World of Warcraft as well as The Burning Crusade and Wrath of the Lich King have never required a CD to start. If earlier versions of Warcraft have not been patched to no longer require the CD, you can download a disc imaging program such as Deamon Tools Lite, create a virtual image of your CD, and "mount" the image to run… Read More
Try cleaning the CD. if that doesn't work World of Warcraft gives you a chance to download the full client for free (requires a World of Warcraft Account). Also, check if you have enough space on your hard drive.
The CD key is the key on the disc or envelope of the game that you must input to prove that you actually bought the game. You need to buy the game in order to install the game.
World of Warcraft can be installed on as many computers as you want. The problem is that you need a CD key and a account to play but you can use the same account on every computer you have it installed it on. I.e. you can have any number of computers but you have to pay for a serial number to create your account - each account is separate and costs $15/month to have.
Installing World of Warcraft (which is the client-side game) and the account (which allows you to play on the server) are two different things. If you have the CD, you can install the program from the CD. Otherwise, if your plan is to start playing again, you will need to log into your battle.net account and reactivate it for play. Then you also have the option of downloading the game from your account, online.
There is no such Game as World of Warcraft 3, so you may be asking 1 of 2 things How do I install Warcraft3: Reign of Chaos/frozen throne Or How do I install the 3rd series in the World of warcraft (It's second expansion- Wrath of the Lich King) both of these games can be installed easily via auto play etc. After installation warcraft3 can be played Yet after installation of World of Warcraft: Wrath… Read More
Yes, although Classic and Burning Crusade are molded into one in the WoW: Battle Chest.
One way is to buy the game at a store. You need regular World of Warcraft to play, but you can buy extensions in addition to that. Then put the disc into your computer and load it. When you are finished and the play screen comes up, go to your battle.net account at worldofwarcraft.com. Click Account management in the menu at the left. It should say upgrade or type in a CD Key. Click that… Read More
The World of Warcraft game is only online but you can get the Warcraft games themselves which can be played off line.
no the CD is only to install it.
you need to buy the cd.
Usually on the back of the CD envelope :)
Yes, it's printed on the outside case, mine was on the front.
Do you have to buy a World of Warcraft CD or could you borrow a friends and install it on your computer?
either But YOU NEED THE GAME CODE it gives you on the new box given to make a account
Yes you need a CD to play funkey in order to install it. It starts with a starter pack. Look at the back.
Once a CD Key is used, it can not be used again for another account.
You will need an external USB CD player.
It is printed on the label of your CD.
When bought online you must download and patch the entire game from the website. Buying the CD gives you the install CD's which saves time downloading. You will still need to patch. That is the only difference.
Warcraft III is not an online game. Nor is it free. It has a multiplayer option that is online through Battle.net. You must have a valid CD key for your Warcraft III installation in order to link it to a Battle.net account to be able to access any online content.
Nope....You need the second cd.
You would need another device to connect to it.
Just Search in YOUJIZZ.COM
Yes, to install and play RCT you will need a disk.
One way is to uninstall Warcraft 3 and use another set of codes when reinstalling it. If you have a second set of CD keys, one can download a special program to change your keys without uninstalling. This can be risky due to the possibility of the program stealing your CD keys or giving you a virus. If you need new keys, they can be bought from Blizzard.
You don't technically need the CD to play the game. However you do need a active account to play the game, which can only be created with a unused CD key. So you either need to acquire an exsisting account, which is at your own risk, as it is against the rules. Otherwise you will have to buy the game to get the CD key needed to create an account.
People say World of Warcraft a rip off, if you live in the UK you buy a CD which comes to around £30, then on top of that like runescape £5 every month membership. -------------- More people would say Runescape over WOW any day, it's cheaper.
You cannot play a DVD in a CD-ROM drive, you need a DVD compatible drive in order to play a DVD.
Send it back to the store you got it from, or call them.
If you just copy MP3 files to a CD, then this is a data CD meant to work in a computer, it will not play in a regular CD player. You need to use a special burning tool to burn it specifically as an audio CD not a data CD.
Team Fortress 2 is Free-To-Play on PC, so you do not need any CD. You need the software Steam to install the game, though.
I have bought warcraft 3 RoC digitally and my computer has crashed, leaving me with no warcraft 3. I'd like to know if it's possible for me to redownload this and if anything won't work. No one else has my CD key so I should be fine right?
No, You can only install the game 3 times, but you do not need the CD to play it. However, uninstalling the game does NOT give you back your "install." If you need to install it more than 3 times, you need to contact EA Games to get permission.
go buy the game for 20$ and get the authentication code of the CD Sleeve