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The best way to have a software you don't like to disappear from the surface of the Earth ? Acquire it !

http://www.afterdawn.com/news/archive/7056.cfm
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A good thing you don't need the program anymore due to DVDFab Decrypter
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I'm starting a donation to acquire winXP.
Is there some candidates to donate ?

(note: I fear all Eath's population won't be enought as noone will give more than a buck for that shit )
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A good thing you don't need the program anymore due to DVDFab Decrypter
Not quite Boulder.
DVDFab Decrypter made things a whole lot easier in terms of decrypting.
But since DVD Decrypter was much more than that...
Thank God that Luk has his site up again and with a wonderfull tool that added to DVDFab Decrypter *almost* makes us forget about DVDDecrypter.
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DVDFab Decrypter made things a whole lot easier in terms of decrypting.
But since DVD Decrypter was much more than that...
Did you miss this thread ?
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic....ghlight=engine
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Hi Phil ,
Nope, didn't miss it and actually that's why I also wrote...
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Thank God that Luk has his site up again and with a wonderfull tool that added to DVDFab Decrypter *almost* makes us forget about DVDDecrypter.
That's why we can almost forget about DVDDecrypter.
And thank you very much for having shared with us the imgburn news otherwise I wouldn't had found it .
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