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Microsoft suicidal? :)

Well, see for yourself!
Isn't this a MacBookPro?
Believe it or not this was captured from a
MicroSoft commercial for SongSmith.
SongSmith is the Microsoft way to try
to destroy the music industry :)
Oh by the way,
get a HEX editor and search for:
20 60 54 00 00
inside SongSmith.exe
change it to:
20 FF FF FF 7F
(6 occurences)
You will have a lifetime trial time :D
(Product security must be revised)
To get rid of the annoying
splash screen search for:
2D 5B 14 73 27 02 00 06
and change 2D into 2C.
:D

Comments

  1. OUCH! Nice find with the hack. Microsoft really has to revamp their business model, and quality of product.

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  2. ohhhhh, brother, I couldn't finish to watch that commercial, so boring, if that's what was on the air, I can't imagine the ideas they dismissed!!!

    cristv77

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  3. Hi

    not suicidal ... but inteligent thing and will be good for her marketing and promoted services

    remember for windows history and apple ...

    any way thanks

    http://iphone2fan.blogspot.com

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  4. Omg that was horrible. oh and in an unrelated something. I just wanted to say congratulations on becoming a father.

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  5. Update:
    this patch works with all version till now :)

    Remember to modify all 6 occurences.

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  6. Update: search for:
    2D 5B 14 73 27 02 00 06 13 0A 02 11 0A 28 53 03
    and change 2D to 2C
    :)

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