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NOCD.SI

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== Details ==
When LEGO Island starts up, it checks for <code>Lego\Scripts\Isle\ISLENOCD.SI</code> in both the <code>hdpath</code> or <code>cdpath</code> (set in the {{Wikipedia|Windows Registry}} by the installer). If it cannot find itcontains one 3-second video, it plays which features the Smacker video in NOCD.SI and then exits immediately after.Infomaniac who charmingly tells you that there is no CD inserted:
If it ''does'' find [[ISLE.SI]], it will continue trying to launch as normal, even if the rest of the files are missing. If only ISLE.SI is present, it will softlock almost immediately as it fails to find [[INTRO.SI]] (opening logos and cutscene script) and [[INFOMAIN.SI]] (the Information Center script).{{YouTube|vmTF088r2DI}}
The three second When LEGO Island starts up, it checks for <code>Lego\Scripts\Isle\ISLE.SI</code> in either the <code>hdpath</code> or <code>cdpath</code> (set in the {{Wikipedia|Windows Registry}} by the installer). If it cannot find it, it plays the Smacker video features the Infomaniac who charmingly tells you that there is no CD inserted:in NOCD.SI and then exits immediately after.
{{YouTube|vmTF088r2DI}}If it ''does'' find [[ISLE.SI]], it will continue trying to launch as normal, even if the rest of the files are missing. If only ISLE.SI is present, it will softlock almost immediately as it fails to find [[INTRO.SI]] (opening logos and cutscene script) and [[INFOMAIN.SI]] (the Information Center script).
The dialogue in NOCD.SI was originally intended for the CD being ''ejected'' during gameplay, but has been edited and repurposed in NOCD.SI. The original unused voice clip still exists in the game files, revealing the full line to be: '''"Whoops! You have to put the CD back in your computer."''' The version of the line in NOCD.SI crudely edits out the word "back" to change its meaning. A second unused audio clip in the game files says a very similar thing, indicating that this was clearly a planned feature of the game. Instead, in the final gamerelease, ejecting the disc during gameplay simply causes the game to crash. Presumably the developers were unable to achieve this functionality before the game was set for release.
It seems this usage of the line was finalized before the game was translated to other languages, as the dubbed versions do not feature any equivalent cuts.

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