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    lets start making some copy of those updates and turn them to .exe so that we can install them using a cd?

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    There will be a way to get those updates... As Lefteris said, we can get it through warez sites, but... It will come along with little pets.

    What if Microsoft strategy fails?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAkeNgaRd_KneLL
    lets start making some copy of those updates and turn them to .exe so that we can install them using a cd?
    Already been done: http://www.neowin.net/forum/index.php?showforum=89

    That too however will become illegal.
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    Shit! they've already started with downloadable software. Of course it's just annoyance, software can be downloaded without validating...
    Last edited by Jale; January 31st, 2005 at 22:38.

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    lol I uhhh... have a semi-legal copy of windows??? lol

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    Nah, don't bother much about trying to updating from the main site.


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    we dont need updates... just but cds jejejejejeje

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert
    I feel that since Microsoft has made Windows by far the most-used OS, they have a moral obligation to keep all those machines working. With microsoft's typically American abuse of copyright laws, and it was them that invented software licences (another money-making scheme), they have placed themselves in a position of being responsible for the well-being of the world's computers - even the pirate ones.

    Moral obligation ?

    mmmk
    And just how are licenses' a 'scheme' ? You get what you pay for. Its your choice if you want to pay for it or not. The only obligation Microsoft has is to its PAYING customers.

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