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I didn't know that. So does that mean they're not Microsoft Gold Partners? I naively thought that they had the logo so they could be trusted.
I would recommend NOT using anything from UNIBLUE. They do not use the proper Microsoft Certified Partner LOGO!
Search for it on Google Images and you know what I mean.
Posted 12 January 2010 - 11:30 AM
So what does BC make of Trial Reset? I've read a bit about it and no one can agree whever it's a trojan or not.
The main function of Trial-Reset is remove the keys generated by commercial and freeware. Trial-Reset does not crack the program but only extend the Trial Period.
Trial-Reset is very easy to use. On the right hand side, you are able to select which type of protector you want it to scan. If found any, you are able to backup before unchecking the value. You have to do a trial-and-error because this software is not smart enough to determine which key is for which shareware. So make sure you always backup before making any changes!
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Edited by garmanma, 12 January 2010 - 11:32 AM.
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