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83LowRider
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      04-20-2009

"Don Ward"
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> Needing to rebuild some lost programs on a failed hard drive i dont
> have 2 program keys.
> Ive looked at a couple of keygen programs and before i do something ill
> regret do i run key gen firs then load the program or
> 2) load the program and when it asks for key how do i get out of the
> program to load key gen to put in the key ?
> Im at a loss how this works...HELP
> DNW


Most keygens are usually standalone proggies that
spit you out a key.. and it's usually always irrelevant
when you open the keygen. Crank it up first if you
wish, generate number, write it down, enter when
it calls for it.

More often tho, while installing the program, at the time
when key is needed, open keygen, generate number,
copy and paste.

Lastly, most programs will install completely, THEN you
enter serial before using program.


 
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Evan Platt
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      04-20-2009
On Mon, 20 Apr 2009 16:32:55 -0700, Don Ward <(E-Mail Removed)>
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>i have an external usb 40 gig hard drive and i figured i would load the
>programs in need keys for on it and also run the key gen to that aux
>hd if any thing takes a ride ill just delete it all
>will that work ??


If the keygen has a virus, trojan or malware, it won't matter if you
run it on a external HD. The virus, malware, etc won't care, and will
take your system down.

See my previous post.
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83LowRider
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      04-21-2009

"Don Ward" wrote

>i have an external usb 40 gig hard drive and i figured i would load the
> programs in need keys for on it and also run the key gen to that aux
> hd if any thing takes a ride ill just delete it all
> will that work ??
> dnw


If you've used the keygen in the past, and trust it, run it.

If you got the keygen from a reliable 'source'.. and feel
comfortable, run it.

If you have AV protection, scan the keygen first.

Keygens DO set get false positives quite often, or come up
as "suspicious" or as PUPs.. (possibly unwanted programs)

If you feel good with it.. use it, if not, scan it. If you don't have
an AV program, get a free one.. Avast, AVG, etc.

There are also websites which will scan individual files for you.

It's all just common sense computing.


 
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