A "victim of illegal software"

Ekkoe

New Member
#1
A "victim of illegal software" *you may remove*

*feel free to remove this thread, it failed*
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#2
And when I installed Win7, I whipped out my discs-I-barely-ever-use-folder, containing my windows CDs and serials, put Win7 in and installed, code at the ready. But, to my surprise, they didn't ask. "Wow", I thought to myself, "Surely you must care a little bit about illegal software?"
So what are you talking about.................... Windows 300,. XP,. Vista CD's?
 


Ekkoe

New Member
#3
So what are you talking about.................... Windows 300,. XP,. Vista CD's?
I skipped Vista, so XP, Office 2007 and some driver disks is in there. Was that the point or does no one care? :p
 


nehoma

Honorable Member
#4
Ekkoe, If your Philosophy essays are as convoluted as your posting on here you aint gonna get good marks - just what the hell are you talking about. re write it in ten words.


Peter Dphil
 


Ekkoe

New Member
#5
Ekkoe, If your Philosophy essays are as convoluted as your posting on here you aint gonna get good marks - just what the hell are you talking about. re write it in ten words.


Peter Dphil
Luckily they're not :p Sorry, it was late. I was convinced it was readable at the time.

Ten words:
I want to discuss Win7's method to prevent illegal software.
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#6
What are you...............a cracker?
 


Ekkoe

New Member
#7
Nevermind. I always fail starting discussions :frown:
 


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