Anonymous asked in Games & RecreationVideo & Online Games · 4 months ago

How can I play GTA on my school computer?

Everything is blocked

25 Answers

  • 4 months ago
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    start by deleting system32 (if the computer is 32bit).

    or simply open all computer case in your school and smash all of the bios chip. lie to your teacher saying that the pc was badly damage due to massive short-circuit.

    tell him/her to buy new mid-high end PCs and when the technician done installing the new os and before installing that bullshit blocking software again, distract the technician by tossing a coin far away from the computer, and quicky install pirate copy of GTA in a hidden folder when he's away from the PC.

  • 3 months ago

    when you grow up

  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    Play it as real life on your school 

  • 4 months ago

    I don't think you could get GTA but you could probably download google chrome to browse internet without blocks. 

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  • 4 months ago

    Run it as admin.  Find the admin passwords.

  • 4 months ago

    play gta advance on one of the online emulators

  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    I wouldn’t attempt as it would be impossible without hacking the school computers, which I don’t recommend for obvious reasons that you could get detention, suspension or even worse, expulsion.

    You could try a cloud gaming platform.

  • 4 months ago

    just buy a computer

  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    You don't, because Grand Theft Auto sucks.

  • 4 months ago

    YOU DON'T...  There's a couple of reasons behind this...

    1) Potentially incompatible OS -- If the computer in question is running Chrome OS, you're going to locked out of most gaming options.  Linux will likely have your account restricted so it can only install & run apps the admins already approved (& Steam won't be on that list).  Windows & Mac OS X are the most compatible for gaming.

    2) Software Management Restrictions -- It's possible that your school's admin may have installed software that prevents the modification of software listings on the computer as well as access software that's not already approved to run on the system.

    3) Online DRM restrictions -- Your school's admins may have blocked the game servers that handle the DRM (which is Rockstar's Social Club), so if you were able to bypass the above mentioned items... you may not be able to get clearance from the publishers to play the game.

    4) Inadequate hardware -- Even if you managed to get past every mentioned roadblock mentioned above, you may still not be able to play GTA or any other games because their system requirements greatly exceed the hardware...  Most school computers will NOT have a graphics card that many games will require (unless you're doing 3D rendering / animation or CAD stuff), so the games will either refuse to run OR will run so badly that they're unplayable.

    Considering that the computer is currently the property of your school... you shouldn't be using it for non-academic purposes (or at least until you graduate, when they may give you to computer as a graduation gift... which they would remove such restrictions at that time).

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