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Enter
January 3rd, 2006, 12:03 PM
Which registry key in regedit do i need to delete/edit to crah Win 2000?

somuchfortheafter
January 3rd, 2006, 01:21 PM
wait.. you want us to help you crack win 2000... sorry but google is the pirates best friend not us.

Pablo_Escobar
January 3rd, 2006, 01:25 PM
Brilliant, simply brilliant.
That sums up the whole concept of M$.

1. This is a Linux forum, not M$
2. If You wan't something done illegal (and cracking while not having original OS is illegal) go somewhere else (This kind of post get on my nerves)

Stealth
January 3rd, 2006, 02:07 PM
He said "crah" maybe he wants to crash Windows 200 by deleting a key? :-D

Pablo_Escobar
January 3rd, 2006, 02:10 PM
He said "crah" maybe he wants to crash Windows 200 by deleting a key? :-D

If he wanted to crash it, it's dead simple. Turn the firewall off, turn the anti-virus off, browse some pages on the IE and wait for 15 minutes. virus, spyware, shutdown, crash guaranteed :D

TimelessRogue
January 3rd, 2006, 02:40 PM
Again ... it's not our business here to "crack" OR "crash" Win 2k ... or any other version of Windows. There is no legitimate reason to do either so take it somewhere else!

And shame on any here who help in this ...

cutOff
January 3rd, 2006, 02:44 PM
Which registry key in regedit do i need to delete/edit to crah Win 2000?
:shock: :shock: :shock:

Enter
January 3rd, 2006, 04:08 PM
He said "crah" maybe he wants to crash Windows 200 by deleting a key? :-D
yes crash, im just wondering you never know when you need that

Pablo_Escobar
January 3rd, 2006, 04:13 PM
Try to add :

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\I\will \not\break\other\system\intentionally]
or try

[HKEY_SYSTEM\I\will \learn\to\use\Linux\for\good\purpouses\not\bad]
or

[HKEY_USER\Window$\is\bad\enough\to\break\by\itself \]

jeremy
January 3rd, 2006, 05:35 PM
yes crash, im just wondering you never know when you need that
If you do that you'll put Bill Gates out of a job!

xequence
January 3rd, 2006, 05:50 PM
If he meant crack, thats odd since my version of 2000 SP4 I didnt even have to put a serial in, let alone use a crack.

And if he meant to crash it, maybe he wants to have some fun killing windows before installing linux?


If he wanted to crash it, it's dead simple. Turn the firewall off, turn the anti-virus off, browse some pages on the IE and wait for 15 minutes. virus, spyware, shutdown, crash guaranteed

On my two computers, one with XP and one with 2000, neither have gotten viruses or spyware. 2000 one uses firefox but my little brother uses IE, it has no firewall or anti virus. The XP one uses IE all the time and has a firewall but never turned on, and an antivirus, but a horrible one (norton).

Trust me here people, windows isnt as easy to catch viruses as you think. Yes, alot easier then linux/freebsd, but thats like comparing how wood and stone can rot or something like that.

bjweeks
January 3rd, 2006, 06:29 PM
Trust me here people, winows isnt as easy to catch viruses as you think. Yes, alot easier then linux/freebsd, but thats like comparing how wood and stone can rot or something like that.

Install Windows XP and use the internet. The first thing you will get is messenger spam then MS Blaster.

Enter
January 3rd, 2006, 06:46 PM
well its for my college if they block the ports on which quake is :D
Their such a**holes they block everything games, porn.. all the fun stuff
also the win xp im using now has no antivirus and firewall because i only play games on it so i dont care on spyware and viruses as long as they dont touch my linux

BTW who knows whats up with the new linux worm or something

*gone to play halo online

mstlyevil
January 3rd, 2006, 06:52 PM
I have never been infected with a virus or trojan by casually surfing the web on sites I know are safe with Win XP without a firewall or antivirus. That is purely a myth and ati MSFT fud that is common to many Linux forums. However, I have been infected with adware and spyware by just connecting to the internet and downloading updates for Windows before installing a firwall or antivirus. People get their Windows machines infected because they go to unsafe websites, download and install "free" software, use P2P to download files and open E-Mail attachments from sources they do not know. Because most Windows users practice unsafe computer use in one form or another is the reason why Windows is so vulnerable to nasties.

Since I changed my browser to FF and added a firewall, antivirus and anti spyware programs, I have never been infected with these nasties in Windows and yes sometimes I even venture to questionable web sites.

xequence
January 3rd, 2006, 06:53 PM
Install Windows XP and use the internet. The first thing you will get is messenger spam then MS Blaster.

Accually, not. A factory installation of XP on one of my computers has been running without a virus for many many months, and it uses IE. And outlook express.

Ptero-4
January 3rd, 2006, 08:27 PM
Well to crash Windoze just use it. As for me I never had Windoze crashes but that's b/c I'm not a Windoze luser.

SteelValor
January 3rd, 2006, 09:52 PM
well its for my college if they block the ports on which quake is :D
Their such a**holes they block everything games, porn.. all the fun stuff
also the win xp im using now has no antivirus and firewall because i only play games on it so i dont care on spyware and viruses as long as they dont touch my linux

BTW who knows whats up with the new linux worm or something

*gone to play halo online

Simple solution. Make freinds with the SysAdmins, chances are they play quake as well.

endersshadow
January 3rd, 2006, 10:07 PM
well its for my college if they block the ports on which quake is :D
Their such a**holes they block everything games, porn.. all the fun stuff
also the win xp im using now has no antivirus and firewall because i only play games on it so i dont care on spyware and viruses as long as they dont touch my linux

BTW who knows whats up with the new linux worm or something

*gone to play halo online

Your school should have a VPN up and running for you to access those ports as needed. At least, that's what my school does...