Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 26th Jul 2005 17:49 UTC
Windows Microsoft is tightening the noose for those people running illegal or pirated copies of its Windows XP/2000 software on their systems. Starting Tuesday, it will be mandatory for users of this Windows software to certify that their software is a genuine and legal copy before they will be able to receive any updates except security patches.
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RE: WGA stability?
by historyb on Wed 27th Jul 2005 05:35 UTC in reply to "WGA stability?"
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2005-07-06

Not true. Where I work there all legit copies and as unstable as heck.

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RE[2]: WGA stability?
by Arawn on Fri 29th Jul 2005 02:26 in reply to "RE: WGA stability?"
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2005-07-13

My experience is that Windows is very sensitive to the stability of the hardware used. Pick a rock solid system, and you will see much of the instability go away.
Now for the rest... ;)

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