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Hey mate, sorry but i would have to advise you make a copyright infringement and get cheat or crack codes for your games from the internet,
alternatively you should buy them
but there is always the 3rd road....
uninstall game in question. (make sure you delete the folders afterwards)
open start - > run
type : regedit
this opens the registry find and remove all references to the game in question
re install the games in question as the install will not see any previous installations. (depending on the complexity of the software in question)
if you are really a dab hand at this you could find the installation and expiry entries and constantly renew them, (if it actually has one, it may not however).
Warning: messing with the registry can be fatal to your computer so back it up first (option in file menu)
i have had to do this for software i bought that was necessary to my job when i had to change the settings as the software engieering was not of such a high standard that it could un install itself properly, its really quite a pain to go through the registry, but using the find next function and deleting the entry in question is quite fast once you have identified the correct text string to serch for (one that is unique to the softwae in question)
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
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