Spore: EA introduces De-Authorization tool
Electronic Arts delivers a De-Authorization tool for the heavily critiqued DRM system, four months after the game has been released.
The DRM system of Electronic Arts' Spore has been the reason for many heated discussions and fierce critiques in the Internet. Now EA delivers a De-Authorization tool that looses the restricted numbers of installations a bit.
By running the de-deauthorization tool, a machine "slot" will be freed up on the online Product Authorization server and can then be re-used by another machine.
You can de-authorize at any time, even without uninstalling Spore, and free up that machine authorization. If you re-launch Spore on the same machine, the game will attempt to re-authorize.
If you have not reached the machine limitation, the game will authorize and the machine will be re-authorized using up one of the five available machines.
Running the Tool
* Download and extract the zip file to a directory of your choice.
* Launch the exe
* The tool will need to update 3 important files in order to complete the de-authorization process.
As a registered user you can download the tool from our server. Alternatively you can visit the official website.