Friday, June 10, 2005 3:06:14 PM
I have to disagree. Anything in the EULA that says you can't make a change this simple is most likely non-prosecutable. Software companies put terms that they can`t actually enforce in the EULA all the time, and in many cases the whole thing gets thrown out if it gets to court.
Friday, June 10, 2005 12:02:44 AM
If you're gonna do that you might as well just find a mate that can get you a copy. Fractionally less dodgy than messing with your registry and doesn`t require quite so much technical skill.
Thursday, June 9, 2005 10:02:28 PM
If true, I think that is sad.
I also have XP Pro (32-bit). I'd actually be trying the evaluation of XP Pro 64-bit but apparently you need special drivers, and I didn`t feel like going out to find them. (The disk wouldn`t install without a 64-bit hard-drive driver and the site didn`t list one available, so I didn`t bother.)