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Crack For Warcraft 3 Frozen Throne No Cd

How to Play Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne Without a CD

Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne is a classic real-time strategy game that was released in 2003. It is the expansion pack for Warcraft 3: Reign of Chaos, and it adds new units, heroes, maps, and campaigns to the game. However, if you want to play this game on your computer, you may encounter a problem: you need to have the CD in your drive to run the game. This can be inconvenient, especially if you have lost or damaged your CD, or if you want to play on multiple computers without swapping discs. Fortunately, there are some ways to play Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne without a CD, and in this article, we will show you how.

Method 1: Use a No-CD Patch

A no-CD patch is a file that modifies the game executable so that it does not check for the CD when launching the game. This way, you can play the game without inserting the disc. However, you need to make sure that your game is updated to the latest version before applying the patch, otherwise it may not work or cause errors. You also need to be careful about where you download the patch from, as some sources may contain viruses or malware.


One of the most reliable sources for no-CD patches is [MegaGames], a website that provides game fixes, trainers, mods, and cheats. Here are the steps to use a no-CD patch from MegaGames:

  • Go to [MegaGames] and search for "warcraft 3 frozen throne no cd".

  • Select the patch that matches your game version and language. For example, if your game is version 1.21a and English, choose "Bor0 no CD Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne v1.21a ENG".

  • Download the patch and extract it using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip.

  • Copy the extracted file (usually named "war3.exe" or "war3tft.exe") and paste it into your game folder, replacing the original file. You may want to make a backup of the original file before doing this.

  • Run the game and enjoy!

Method 2: Use a Virtual Drive

A virtual drive is a software that creates a simulated CD or DVD drive on your computer. You can use it to mount an image file of your game disc, which is a copy of the disc's contents stored as a single file (usually with extensions like .iso, .bin, .cue, etc.). This way, you can trick the game into thinking that you have the disc in your drive, even though you don't. However, you need to have an image file of your game disc first, which you can create using a program like Nero or ImgBurn.

One of the most popular virtual drive software is [Daemon Tools], which supports various image formats and has many features. Here are the steps to use Daemon Tools to play Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne without a CD:

  • Download and install [Daemon Tools] from its official website.

  • Create an image file of your game disc using Nero or ImgBurn. Alternatively, you can download an image file from the internet, but make sure it is from a trusted source and matches your game version and language.

  • Launch Daemon Tools and click on the "Add Image" button at the bottom left corner.

  • Browse for your image file and select it.

  • Right-click on the image file in Daemon Tools and choose "Mount".

  • Run the game and enjoy!


In this article, we have shown you two methods to play Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne without a CD: using a no-CD patch or using a virtual drive. Both methods have their advantages and disadvantages, so you can choose the one that suits you best. However, we recommend that you only use these methods if you own a legal copy of the game and do not intend to distribute or sell it. We do not condone piracy or illegal activities.

We hope you found this article helpful and informative. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below. Happy gaming!


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