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Reusing Trial Programs

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  1. kmehta

    kmehta Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    I downloaded a "7-Day-Trial" program. Once the trial expired, I uninstalled it, deleted all the cookies and the folders which contained that program. Then I tried installing the program again to re-use it. It said the trial had expired and I need to buy it.
    Is this because it stores my PC's IP so I cannot re-use the program?? Is there a way around it?? The program is from www.playbuddy.com if thats of any help.
    Thanks
    Kunal
     
  2. Omega_Shadow

    Omega_Shadow

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    Trying to use a program past it's trial peiod is just like stealing that software. We will not help you crack software or find loopholes in the programming just so you can have a free program that every other honest person pays for
     
  3. $teve

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    Thats right...............unfortunatly,we cant help out with hacks,cracks or anything which is ileagal or would break copyright laws.
    The only tip I can give you is to format C and re-instal the program and you will get another trial period.

    ;)
     
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