Football Manager 2008

  wozza1987 09:26 05 Dec 07

Hi All.

I have football manager on my work computer and I have a crack so I don't need the CD to play it. I am getting a new pc at work next week and obviously I still want football manager on the new pc when I get it. To install it on the new pc, do I just need to put all the program files on my usb drive and then transfer them to the new computer? And will I need to install it again?

Many Thanks


  wrg 12:21 05 Dec 07

what is a crack? (polite answer only)

  pj123 13:20 05 Dec 07

wrg, from what I understand, it means he has a pirate copy of football manager and the crack code is to bypass the serial number.

So, hopefully, he won't get any help on this Forum!!

  wrg 17:02 06 Dec 07


That being the case I won't give an answer just to say go and buy the CD. If less people did this type of thing then the cost of such cd's would be lower.

  rossgolf 17:07 06 Dec 07 you have the install file for it?
if you do then yes u can transfer the install file to the usb and intstll it on anotehr comp

  SANTOS7 17:13 06 Dec 07

The crack is a NO CD fix, it means you can install the game then play it from the install so you can put the diasc back in the box and forget about it, quite common if you want to preserve your disc...

click here

The only question i have is why you feel the need to install it on a WORKS computer....

  tullie 17:23 06 Dec 07

Must be a busy job lol

  wozza1987 21:05 06 Dec 07

Actually I dont have a pirate copy of football manager, so thank you SANTOS7 for correctly pointing that out. Thanks for all your help.

  wrg 19:02 07 Dec 07


Please accept my apologies

  wozza1987 12:01 10 Dec 07

No problem :-)

  donki 12:15 10 Dec 07

U will need to install it again from the CD, moving the files across using a USB drive will not work. God i wish I could play FM08 in work, and a no CD crack is fine if you have bought the ordiginal in my opinion, its just for handyness sake.

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