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Windows 7: Run as admin failed + Visual C++ Runtime error

26 Apr 2011   #21

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit

Scan finished.... trojans removed..... nothing happend..... i will ask help somewhere else because im not stil honnest here

please a moderator delete my user

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26 Apr 2011   #22
Mike Connor

Several, including Windows 7 x64 Ultimate

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You are entitled to your opinions, just as everybody else is, but you are not entitled to use cracked and pirated software, neither is anybody else. There is no justification for doing so, it merely causes a lot of problems, and is also incidentally illegal.

Regards....Mike Connor
I completely agree with you but i don't thing that this will stop unless soft and any other media will be cheaper.... THAT is the main couse of pirate... Could you pay 500 eur for propellerheads reason, 500 and more eur for adobe soft, etc....
There is no point in discussing it. I pay for all my software, and I also often donate to "Free" or similar software developers if I use their software. If you can not afford to buy something, that is not grounds for stealing it.

A lot of people can't afford to buy houses, or cars, or yachts, and all the other stuff. That does not give them the right to steal them.

Anyway, your problems have been caused primarily because you were infected by stolen software. If you had not tried to steal it, you would not have the problems.

End of discussion for me.

Regards....Mike Connor
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