Re: activation license
- From: John Stafford <nhoj@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 28 Feb 2010 12:43:17 -0600
In article <ad8lo5d36jki2nd2j1trp1e4qbkdl5ofeg@xxxxxxx>,
Sir F. A. Rien <jaSPAMc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If you go to Windows Explorer [not Internet Explorer] and set the Views to
include 'hidden' and 'protected' directories, then much more of what's
actually on your disc is 'accessible'.
I don't know, but that's probably where Adobe 'wtires' some information to
'lock' the computer as having an installation.
Those directories and files are still available. I was referring to the
part of the disc you cannot touch without special tools. It is called a
sector, sometimes zero sector.
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