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un copyable hamilton CD-a joke?

Discussion in 'Safety valve' started by nik99, Oct 8, 2003.

  1. nik99

    nik99 Regular member

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    to defeat the protection..u only have to keep the shift key pressed and prevent auto run..
    http://www.p2pnet.net/article/8323

    and they didnt test that .??????????????/
    its so basic...its not funny

    i was studying the media hype given to this Cd...and man..its egg on their face..
    where do they get their reseachers and testers from

    1 guess..ex-RIAA/rejects

    any more guesses

     
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    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    LOL or just disable the blasted autorun
     
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    ..man this is funny..
    now they sue the guy who discovered the shift key thing..
    btw i think someone on cdfreaks figured that out first..cause i rememeber reading it..on one the posts the same day the cd was released..

    hamilton dude..is getting a lot of free publicity..by all this,,
     
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    Just a quick note for everybody who is concerned about all these CD's being copy protected; I have the perfect system. It's called Windows 3.11

    Just run CD player at the same time as sound recorder, and it will convert the audio tracks into .wav files. Then transfer those wav files to your main computer and convert them into MP3's or whatever format you like.

    You'd be surprised how fast a Pentium III PC boots up with Windows 3.11
     
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    LMAO hehe... dang thats clever. Or another solution: dig that old 1x cd drive out of the basement :p ... i knew i had a reason for storing it_X_X_X_X_X_[small]ASUS A7V8X-X, AMD2500+
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