How to tweak for free trial?

By gopikrish
Feb 23, 2004
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  1. Hi.One of the gaming clubs gives 2 week free trial once in 4 months for every computer.When I tried creating a new username and logged in it says "The free 7 day trials allocated to your computer have already been used"
    I tried this after reinstalling windows
    How does it track it? I heard its there in registry.So please can anyone tell how to make changes in registry? Thanks.
  2. Godataloss

    Godataloss Newcomer, in training Posts: 501

    IP address?
  3. KA3

    KA3 Newcomer, in training Posts: 37

    so you're asking how to screw over a legitamite club, eh?
  4. gopikrish

    gopikrish Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    No actually there is an interface to connect to it.So anyone knows please?
  5. me(who else?)

    me(who else?) Newcomer, in training Posts: 433

    I don't think you should do it. If you want what they're giving demos of, just buy it!
  6. jarod

    jarod Newcomer, in training

    Try This

    I'm sure that isn't by the register or IP number, try uninstall totally the software, and install it again, and say me if this work, good luck.
  7. BillGates

    BillGates Newcomer, in training Posts: 101

    If you keep trying to use the trial, you will be breaching their term of agreement. This is a bad thing! If they decide to check and see if anyone is breaching the contract and find out you have done that. Then by law they have the right to sue you for a number of things so you should take me(who else) addvice to keep yourself out of legal trouble.
  8. Just pay for it. They have to make a living somehow just like any of us.
    :unch: :stickout:
  9. howard_hopkinso

    howard_hopkinso Newcomer, in training Posts: 25,948   +17

    Take a look at the original date of this post guys. I.E 02-23-2004 08:58 PM.

    I know I`ve posted in old threads myself before today lol

    Regards Howard :grinthumb
  10. BillGates

    BillGates Newcomer, in training Posts: 101

    Will someone please close this thread then ... :)
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