My 30 days is almost up... extending?

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    Actually Microsoft has a giant RED "KILL" button at their HQ in Redmond for all the pre-RTM versions of Win7 that they are going to push when they have the Final ready. It actually blows the motherboard up in your machine if you ignore the flashing purchase windows now window for more than 24 hours.
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       #32

    DiamondNRG said:
    Actually Microsoft has a giant RED "KILL" button at their HQ in Redmond for all the pre-RTM versions of Win7 that they are going to push when they have the Final ready. It actually blows the motherboard up in your machine if you ignore the flashing purchase windows now window for more than 24 hours.

    LMAO!!!.....

    called it the RED PILL...lol
    the workaround......
    BLUE PILL...

    sorry was watching the matrix...
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       #33

    DiamondNRG said:
    Actually Microsoft has a giant RED "KILL" button at their HQ in Redmond for all the pre-RTM versions of Win7 that they are going to push when they have the Final ready. It actually blows the motherboard up in your machine if you ignore the flashing purchase windows now window for more than 24 hours.
    My 30 days is almost up... extending?-error-creating-error.jpg

    You're wrong. It's a Windows button

    My 30 days is almost up... extending?-vista_and_hamburglar.jpg
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       #34

    LMAO.....

    all i can Say LMAO

    but who controls the button????

    the lively little fellow with the hamburger tie???
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