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Why would anyone want the steam version?
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Generalelectric: Why would anyone want the steam version?
Because with a steam sale it was $3.99!

Unfortunately, I don't see a CD key anywhere in my Steam account or registry and the backup website listed in the first post is since dead.
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Generalelectric: Why would anyone want the steam version?
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ncarty97: Because with a steam sale it was $3.99!

Unfortunately, I don't see a CD key anywhere in my Steam account or registry and the backup website listed in the first post is since dead.
The same.
I will try this: http://www.thewitcher.com/backup/
It seems that if I can proof my purchasing, and it's ok.
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ncarty97: Because with a steam sale it was $3.99!

Unfortunately, I don't see a CD key anywhere in my Steam account or registry and the backup website listed in the first post is since dead.
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zhxiangxie: The same.
I will try this: http://www.thewitcher.com/backup/
It seems that if I can proof my purchasing, and it's ok.
They retired the cd-keys for the weekend trial, after the sale finish the would put the key again to redeem the gog version.
Edit: Now http://www.thewitcher.com/backup show with the 404 error, the correct link is http://www.gog.com/witcher/backup
Post edited February 17, 2014 by marcusghost
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zhxiangxie: The same.
I will try this: http://www.thewitcher.com/backup/
It seems that if I can proof my purchasing, and it's ok.
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marcusghost: They retired the cd-keys for the weekend trial, after the sale finish the would put the key again to redeem the gog version.
Edit: Now http://www.thewitcher.com/backup show with the 404 error, the correct link is http://www.gog.com/witcher/backup
Thanks very much.
and http://www.thewitcher.com/backup/ is worked. The last slash is required.
http://www.thewitcher.com/backup --> 404 error
http://www.thewitcher.com/backup/ --> ok
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marcusghost: They retired the cd-keys for the weekend trial, after the sale finish the would put the key again to redeem the gog version.
Edit: Now http://www.thewitcher.com/backup show with the 404 error, the correct link is http://www.gog.com/witcher/backup
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zhxiangxie: Thanks very much.
and http://www.thewitcher.com/backup/ is worked. The last slash is required.
http://www.thewitcher.com/backup --> 404 error
http://www.thewitcher.com/backup/ --> ok
The cd key is up again, and the link now work with or without the slash, curious indeed.
Bought The Witcher 2 from Steam for $3.99.

You can use the first method to redeem a GOG copy, but you have to install all 15GB of it first.

On first run, Steam will allocate a key for you and then you have an option to copy the cd-key to clipboard.
I copied the key, then went to GOG and redeemed a DRM-free copy.

Hope this helps though those with bandwidth limits will have to be careful since you'll be downloading 30GB(+10GB for bonus materials) this month.
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joetang97: Bought The Witcher 2 from Steam for $3.99.

You can use the first method to redeem a GOG copy, but you have to install all 15GB of it first.

On first run, Steam will allocate a key for you and then you have an option to copy the cd-key to clipboard.
I copied the key, then went to GOG and redeemed a DRM-free copy.

Hope this helps though those with bandwidth limits will have to be careful since you'll be downloading 30GB(+10GB for bonus materials) this month.
Strange, i didn´t install The Witcher 2 and my cd key is visible.
alright so I cant really find where else this has happened. So I go to redeem my back up copy for my witcher 2 assassins of kings enhanced edition from the gog.com thing in my game launcher and I I put in my username and password and all I get is this "client found response type of 'text/html', but expected 'text/html', request failed with an empty response" please help
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CalebNeedHelp: alright so I cant really find where else this has happened. So I go to redeem my back up copy for my witcher 2 assassins of kings enhanced edition from the gog.com thing in my game launcher and I I put in my username and password and all I get is this "client found response type of 'text/html', but expected 'text/html', request failed with an empty response" please help
Are you talking about downloading the Steam version? Because you can't download and launch games via the gog downloader, you need to access your account in the site (https://secure.gog.com/account/games), then open The Witcher 2 tab and download the installer via the gog downloader or manually (manual download has you download multiple parts, so I highly recommend using the downloader).
In the F) option, there does not exist the step 4, that "No" doesnt exist, the page assume than I have the proof of the purchase.
The problem is than I got the game in a steam trade, so I have no proof. Is there something than can be done in this case?
Edit: Already fixed ;)
Post edited 4 days ago by edoantonioco