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Need registry number for Win98

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I lost my registry number of Win98(I know that I´m very funny)Could you send me some?
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No, I cannot.  That would be "software piracy",
and would be a violation of the Experts-Exchange guidelines.

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Hi,

    Lost you registry number, huh?  I will give you the benefit of the doubt and believe you are an honest person.  And if you're not, i don't think it will put Gates in the poor house.

Your answer begins here

dhatherland@hotmail.com


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Otta,

  Ouch, that D+ must hurt!  
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by:Otta
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DANKH,
how long have you had that pain in your butt?
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Otta,

   hehe.
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