If you squint really hard, and make some really ridiculous noises with your hand and armpit, a $300,000 fine and 12 months in jail can look like 'candy'. That is, compared to what you would have gone through as a POW in World War II.....
I don't think the Central Intelligence Agency, Microsoft, Komitet Gosudarstvenno Bezopasnosti, or the Men in Black are going to fine me and put me in jail. The CIA and KGB would just kill me, the MIB would just erase the memory of how to pirate in the future.
And Microsoft? I don't even want to think about the horrible things they'd do to me.
Apple? Macintosh? What are these strange words you speak?
The only thing I can add is a great site for copying games. www.gamecopyworld.com. Get the patches there and read the copying guides. The guides are good for copying other programs. Consider downloading the version off the internet that someone has already cracked the protectioon for.
Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absoutely. Lord Acton.
I think it is a CD-W58E. you are in luck and should be able to copy most protections, but you'll have to use like insektor to use your SD2 (safe disc 2) back ups. Just use CloneCD. If you make imperfect SD2 copies (cause your not using insektor) use www.daemon-tools.com and emulate the SD2 protection and it might work. Make sure you get at least the ASPI thing at Daemon-tools.com or blind won't work if you are trying that. I like blind, but it screwed up a copy I had and clone never did that, but that was awhile ago and blind is still beta. I see no reason to use blind over clone though.
Hey cool, I can understand that! Oh and btw, I don't think FBI and whatever comes after you for burning games, or am I wrong? Just curious, cause I remember in the napster lawsuit, the judge said they were after only the companies who made illegal CD's, not individual users.
18, because you're not a minor anymore. Well, you still can't drink.
That's kind of stupid. You can go to jail but not drink?
Actually, I think you should be able to go to jail at any age, but if they're going to start drawing lines, why make them different? Most countries are just 18 across the board. Or 16, in some cases. Only a few are 21, and I don't know of any other than America that has different ages for different things.