Nicole1984 April 7, 2011 at 22:12:39 Specs: Windows 7
hello to all of you, my name is Nicole and I have a software for my school that is expired and it is almost impossible for me to pay for it again. So I tried running it by going back to the date that the license was valid and that worked. I have been trying to find a way where I wont have to change the date and time manually every time and I found some cmd commands on the internet that can run through a .bat file. Now I am trying to create a script where it will go back to the date that the license was good, run the program and then return to the current date. Is there anybody that can tell me how to do this?
Besides the piracy aspect I wouldn't even think about it. Changing the date on a computer can have an unpredictable effect, even if only for a few seconds. As this isn't even your computer it can lead you heaving to explain your behavior to the school principle and perhaps get you suspended or expelled.
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