After i tried to do the Windows Update, my computer screwed up and I found out i couldn't enter the OS.
I could only go to Safe Mode, or Safe Mode with Networking.
Microsoft said that it won’t be changing this policy for Windows 7, meaning that pirates will still be as protected as legit users.
While this might seem a little strange for any software company to provide software support to pirates, keeping even illegal copies patched up is in the interest of the entire computing ecosystem.
This time I decided to drop by and actually try some of tools and utilities to see if I could become a pirate, too. In this post, I'll share my experiences, including close encounters with some very nasty malware and some analysis on how the latest showdown between Microsoft and the pirates is likely to play out.
You won't find names or direct links here--although these guys seem like genuine enthusiasts, I have no intention of giving them any free publicity.
Of the first 10 hits, six were inactive or had been taken down.
I bought my Acer Travelmate 3040 laptop from the tertiary institute where i currently study at. After almost a year of usage, one fine day, I was trying to do the regular Windows Update.
It claims that my copy of Windows Vista is pirated, while i bought it from the school!
According to them, Windows 10 will be the last version of Windows BASH shell, complete with a Linux sub-system, is coming to Windows 10 with the Anniversary Update this summer.
The site GP2Play is apparently able to sell ‘legitimate keys’ that allow Windows Vista users to upgrade to Windows 7.
When the window pops up, it should give a number to call Edited by garmanma, 25 September 2008 - AM. At the bottom of the screen there will be a section for Windows Activation. If it's not activated, there should be a link to get help from Microsoft in activating it. ** If I haven't replied in 48 hours, please send me a message.
My cousin, not me, downloaded adobe master collection cs3 and coreldraw graphics suite x4 for vista.