Back Date in Windows

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Saint
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I have a software which demo license expires on 15,FEB,2003.
If you back date windows, it can know it and can not run.
I believe there must be a file somewhere that stores the date history of my OS.
So, how can I find this file and erase its data ?
 

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FZ+
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I'm sorry, but even of it was possible legallly we can't tell you. We don't want microsoft or whoever taking legal action of PF, do we? Discuss it elsewhere please...
 
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megashawn
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that trick worked years ago, but not anymore. I'm not really sure what mechanisms are behind it, and like FZ said, discussion of that nature is not a good thing to have in a public forum.

Really though, computer software is sometimes reasonably priced. You should probably look into purchasing the full version. It usually includes more features then a demo version.
 

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