You can temporarily disable it in settings>security and disable realtime 

From: "michael barnes" <>
Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2017 21:13
To: <>
Subject: Re: [blind-gamers] Pipe2 blast chamber/BSC registration

classic pipe is one of the games that Windows defender flags. If someone can 
figure out how to disable windows defender then those 
games would have no problem being run

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> On Aug 6, 2017, at 7:06 PM, Shaun Everiss <> wrote:
> Well I installed the games with antivirus off, but then I created  an 
> exclusion.
> the same thing happened with some later bgt games but it didn't clear the 
> files right away and I was able to write it in history 
> where the virus was allowed then it would allow any files with the siganture, 
> ofcause there is a risk if one is not carefull but 
> thats one way I also have exclusions for all bsc and gma games now.
> Sadly thats what got me off of sophos, its web based and everything is from 
> there not the software package, so it would have 
> allready cleaned up the files before I had a chance to exclude them.
>> On 7/08/2017 10:35 a.m., john wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> As promised, here are my results from installing and registering blast 
>> chamber on windows 10.
>> TLDR: it worked. Pretty much perfectly. Its going to be supremely annoying 
>> if all of these cases are because people aren't 
>> extracting both files from the registration generator.
>> There were some problems running the game, which I will detail along with 
>> the solution.
>> The details:
>> I used NVDA during this test. Its unlikely screen reader choice will have an 
>> impact, but its worth mentioning just in case.
>> The windows 10 machine is fully updated and running the latest version.
>> I downloaded both the setup for Blast Chamber and the registration program 
>> from, to ensure that we're all dealing 
>> with exactly the same files.
>> There were no issues raised by windows defender/microsoft security 
>> essentials, which was active during the test. This doesn't 
>> mean your software won't flag them, just that mine didn't. I did also 
>> install clasic pipe, which was flagged and couldn't 
>> install. There's not much that can be done about these issues. Disable 
>> realtime  protection and any network connection while 
>> running/installing,.
>> I ran no programs explicitly as administrator. All applications (installer, 
>> keygen, registration, configuration and the game 
>> itself) require elevation, which UAC prompts for.
>> The default installation choices made by setup were accepted entirely.
>> Once the game finished installing, I used the desktop shortcut to run Blast 
>> Chamber registration, and copied he registration 
>> code.
>> I then ran the keygen, pasted it in, and got the product ID.
>> I returned to blast chamber registration, pressed the register button, and 
>> was told the game had been registered successfully.
>> The only problem that came up was when running the game itself from the 
>> shortcuts placed on the desktop. It errored out with a 
>> file not found. This occurs regardless of where the game's installed, or if 
>> you make the shortcuts yourself. To get around it, 
>> navigate to and run the executable directly. If you're not sure where its 
>> been put, reinstall the games, and when asked for an 
>> installation directory, supply:
>> c:\users\[yourUserName]\desktop\[gameName]
>> This will install to your desktop, and you should be able to find the 
>> executable from there.
>> After that extra step, a practice round played through just fine.
>> I hope this can finally put the nail in this particular coffin. BSC games 
>> are old. You should not be running them on new 
>> computers. There's a reason older video games require emulators. Systems 
>> change, and the old programs don't know how to handle 
>> them.
>> In closing, I give you some Amazon links to resolve your problems. Utilize 
>> one, keep the machine off the internet, and please 
>> always fully extract archive files before running the programs they contain.
>> $90, windows xp (could run 7):
>> $100 (includes monitor):
>> There are a lot more of these (I've seen a solid xp machine for $40). If 
>> you're going to play old games and want them to work 
>> without problems, get old machines to do it on.


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