I agree with you about the DRM (digital rights management what bothers me most about the DRM, is that (as a consumer) I am being punished for the actions of others. Besides this, in the grand scheme of things: have the Software Developers really gained. "I purchased the Splinter Cell Conviction Game thru Steam during the Summer Sale; we've opened all the neccessary ports "succesfully" and yet still can't connect to the server to play the game". Now what would cause this to occur?. It could also be a direct conflict between the DRM and some "particular" end-users hardware changes. Let me explain; Ubisoft's DRM is tied to your hardware (as most software is these days - including Windows OS's) and if you make any (major) hardware changes, the. Honestly, I'm baffled myself; my buddies and I have been playing all weekend without any problems making crackers from juicer pulp what-so-ever, so it's not the Ubisoft Servers. could be some kind of DRM/Steam conflict. Whatever it is, it has only been occuring very recently and only (it seems. PC Game Fix Crack for Splinter Cell: Conviction v1.04 All No-DVD SKiDROW. Weird that it doesnt say the same for the release notes. How can i update my game, just to be sure its on the 1.04 version. Ive already downloaded it, but keep getting an error when i try to run it., 12:00 PM #15 We write. So, why is Ubisoft kicking us PC Gamers so delightful in the nuts? And as I said: It seems to require a lot of luck, getting a SCC Game working in coop-mode. Some People - like you - have the good side of the coin. It's quite possible (and more likely the case) that if you have any Ubisoft "cracked" or "pirated" games installed, that this could be directly related to the this problem/issue. Let me explain; the DRM digital lock is inherently intended to block all illegal use of. If this is the case (I'm not saying that it is my only suggestion would be to uninstall all of your legitimate and illegitimate Ubisoft games and do a "clean install" of only your legitimate Ubisoft games.