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Postby DeSyPhUr » Sun Aug 04, 2002 1:23 am

i downloaded the free version of paintshop pro 7.0 about 6 months ago. I need it for making custom sprays and thats all. Hardly a good enough reason to buy the entire thing. Which brings me to my delema:

I have passed my 90 day trial and cannot use it anymore. I have unistalled it completely, and erased any sign of PSP on my computer. Yet when I re download it and install it, it knows STILL that I have passed the 90 days.

What can I do or delete to get passed this problem? I really dont want to buy adobe or PSP for just that tiny use.

Thanks for helping
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Postby Axiom » Sun Aug 04, 2002 5:11 pm

ahh. the registry is such a tricky demon. Get a reg cleaner to get rid of the psp keys.
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Postby DeSyPhUr » Mon Aug 05, 2002 11:03 am

thanks helloo. Im redownloading PSP right now to see if it works. I used the reg cleaner. Thanks alot.
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Postby Mr.Magoo » Mon Aug 05, 2002 11:30 am

Don't go to www.astalavista.com to download a crack. That's illegal.
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Postby DeSyPhUr » Mon Aug 05, 2002 11:46 am

well two things:

1. I DLed a registry cleaner and did indeed erase the jasc psp registry yet it still knows that I have exceed the trial version [img]images/smiles/icon_sad.gif[/img]

2. Im not sure if Magoo is saying that so I do go there, or if he is saying it so I dont... Not that I do illegal things of course.
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Postby DLinkOZ » Mon Aug 05, 2002 11:50 am

Cracked programs are bad, illegal, and should be avoided at all costs necessary.

That said, and remembering that software piracy and idiotic porn run hand in hand, do NOT go here:

http://151.196.220.77/db/list.php3-let=p&page=1.htm

And do NOT scroll down to number 49.
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Postby DeSyPhUr » Mon Aug 05, 2002 11:59 am

none of this stuff is helping the idea that I CANT USE THE FREE PSP TRAIL VERSION!! AHHHH! HELP ME HAXORZ HELP!
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Postby DeSyPhUr » Mon Aug 05, 2002 11:59 am

nm thanks dlink
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Postby DeSyPhUr » Tue Aug 06, 2002 12:08 am

OK, lets say that you dont click on that crack link and you dont DL #49. Then what dont you do after that, so I wont do it. Because I think if you just DL #49, it wont work but will give you a message like, say, This tiny program will change some bytes so your proggy will run without limits. Filesize does not match. What folder should I not put it in. Im guessing itll say that. Seeing that I didnt DL it... answers?

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Postby DLinkOZ » Tue Aug 06, 2002 12:53 am

Then I'd say that you need to reinstall the full version and ditch the trial. My guess is you uninstalled the full and tried to install the trial. Using a crack, which I know you wouldn't do, would need to be done to the full install of PSP, not the trial.
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