Please get me 32-bit Windows Entertainment Pack

August 23, 2012 at 08:28:07
Specs: Windows XP, Intel Pentium 1.60GHz / M32.9 GB
I need a 32-bit version of the Windows Entertainment Pack. Please get it to me!

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#1
August 23, 2012 at 10:52:55

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#2
August 23, 2012 at 13:30:02
Google isn't useful. All I can find is the 16-bit version. I need the 32-bit version discovered when 2000's source code got leaked.

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#3
August 23, 2012 at 16:06:58

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#4
August 23, 2012 at 19:40:48
Not helping. I told you, I already googled it.

What I need is a direct link to the download. I can't sort through pages of useless crap.


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#5
August 24, 2012 at 02:10:23
I can't sort through pages of useless crap.

But you expect someone else to do it for you. Sorrry , theists the way you do these things. If you want something you put a little effort into getting it and not expect it to be handed to you on a plate.

If you took a closer look at the links my goggle search produced you would have all the information you need,

Stuart


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#6
August 24, 2012 at 10:01:34
Well, I literally can't find it! All I'm asking for is a download link! I've searched through hundreds of pages looking for it. I put a lot of effort into searching and I got nothing! Why can't anyone help?

In all honesty, all you would need to do is download the 2000 and NT source codes from Piratebay and send the exes to me.

I can't download the torrents myself because:

1. I don't have torrent software

2. My computer blocks Piratebay for some reason


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#7
August 24, 2012 at 10:17:17
In all honesty, all you would need to do is download the 2000 and NT source codes from Piratebay and send the exes to me.

You are asking a moderator to do something the contravenes the forums AUP. You have the help you are going to get from this quarter.

I there is nit a legitimate link then it is pirated and this forum does not encourage piracy.

Stuart


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#8
August 24, 2012 at 17:56:48
You should know better about this forum's attitude to piracy in the light of the responses in your forum post about "why your post was deleted".

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#9
August 24, 2012 at 18:08:10
Microsoft Entertainment Pack - http://www.microsoft.com/games/puzzle/

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#10
August 24, 2012 at 20:52:45
@Stuart

There isn't a 'legit' link because Microsoft stopped supporting the NT and 2000 OSes.

@Derek

Aw c'mon, Piracy isn't hurting anybody.

Also, are you stalkin' me?

@Pappy

That isn't what I need. That is:

1. 16-bit

2. Not the original WEP

3. A demo

What I need is:

1. 32-bit

2. The original WEP

3. Not a demo


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#11
August 25, 2012 at 00:13:33
We aren't debating the morality of software piracy. Simply stating that this forum has rules prohibiting asking or offering assistance involving it. Seek help elsewhere in this instance since there seem to be no legitimate sources for what you seek. If you persist in pursuing this type of question then the forum mods may not stop at just deleting your posts.

Goin' Fishin' (Some day)


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#12
August 25, 2012 at 07:55:41
Aw c'mon, Piracy isn't hurting anybody
I doubt the film and music industry would agree (for example), but #11 explains the situation on here.

Also, are you stalkin' me?
Don't be silly. I look at and responded to many posts all over Computing.Net. Sure, after I'd opened it I recognised your name and recalled your other post - hardly stalking.

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#13
August 26, 2012 at 19:03:39
@Richard

How is it piracy if it is abandonware?

@Derek

Mine is an unpopular opinion. Wouldn't you agree?


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#14
August 26, 2012 at 19:36:04
Abandonware is not an official term used by software producers. It is just something coined by internet users then spread from website to website.

What opinion?

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#15
August 26, 2012 at 20:18:06
No, abondonware is a real thing. It's the name for abandoned software (e.g. Microsoft MusicBox).

My opinion on piracy.


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#16
August 26, 2012 at 20:43:24
How is it piracy if it is abandonware?

As has been stated, abandonware is an urban myth spread by people like yourself just justify an illegal act. It no more real than the fairies at the bottom of my garden.

Until a software publishers declares a piece of software as abandoned, they still hold copyright to it. The fact they have ceased to support it does not make it abandoned. So show me where Microsoft have abandoned Music Box and surrendered any rights to it.

This should give you some clue as to if Music Box is abandoned.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/64477

Stuart


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#17
August 27, 2012 at 00:45:00
Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Albert Einstein


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#18
August 27, 2012 at 07:02:20
Just give us a link to any MS website where they say that their product is "abandonware" (or any other leading software house for that matter)..

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#19
August 31, 2012 at 22:01:18
What do you think "obsolete" means, Derek?

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#20
September 1, 2012 at 15:41:35
The point I was making is that the term "abandonware" does not come from software writers, just something invented by users. The term obsolete means it is outdated, not that it is legal to use without permission (unless stated as such). If the owner says it is free to copy and install then it's legal, otherwise it is ilegal (even if we think it ought not to be).

I'm finding it hard to understand why you are having difficulty with this, despite many explanations, on two posts.

Consider this story:

Some 45 years ago all I could affort was an old car. Just the same it was my pride and joy - in good condition in most respects. Unfortunately it had a horrible great dent in the rear bumper. One night someone dumped a car of exactly the same model not far from my house. It had a perfect bumper and I had all the tools necessary to nip off with it. The darned car stayed there week after week, falling further apart and with various things being removed from it by others.

My morals were tempted - I almost started believing that I should be allowed to take the bumper. I phoned a cop shop "in another county" and chatted to them about this sort of situation (carefully not disclosing my name or location). In a very short time I was advised that if I was thinking of nicking something from an abandoned car "it was stealing" and if caught I could be done for comitting an ilegal act.

More weeks went by and further things "vanished" from the dumped car. One night the temptation became irresistable. It was after midnight when I donned dark clothing and went ahead and "did the job" (putting my old dented bumper on the abandoned car - nice gesture).

Now lets analyze this story. I stole something that didn't belong to me (although it seemed clear that it was unwanted by the owner). Nobody gave me permission to do so and, yes, that meant I committed an ilegal act and was a thief. However, I didn't try to kid myself that it was perfectly OK to do so, even if it might possibly have made me feel a little better about it.

Can you see where this analogy is taking us and how closely it matches this so-called "abandonware"? Whatever name you care to put to it makes no difference to the legalities of the situation. That cop was right, even though the owner of the dumped car probably didn't care less and I got away with it.

Hope the cops don't see this after all these years LOL, and that you now understand the situation.

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#21
September 1, 2012 at 18:22:27
"Hope the cops don't see this after all these years LOL"

Actually i beleive that senerio falls under statute of limitations, but I digress, lol.


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#22
September 2, 2012 at 16:59:31
Oooo, now I can sleep at night and forget my mis-spent youth.

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#23
September 6, 2012 at 09:21:47
@Derek

Haha, that had me laughing all day. But seriously, piracy is not like taking a car. If there are five car parts, and you take three, there are now only two left. But with piracy, there isn't a limited amount of files. There aren't 500 files, that, if you pirated, would mean there were only 499.


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#24
September 6, 2012 at 13:19:56
Derek,

You would have more success knocking a nail into a piece of titanium with a rubber hammer than trying to confince XPFan99 that piracy is a perfectly legitimate activity.

Stuart


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#25
September 6, 2012 at 15:02:41
Re #23
Why stop there? Might as well get a computer going with the whatever pirated operating system and software you wish. After all, it seems you think that nobody loses or even cares.

I think you have a lot to learn.

Re #24
Too bloomin' right.

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#26
September 7, 2012 at 11:39:42
@Derek

"Pirated operating system"? Like what?


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#27
September 7, 2012 at 12:45:38
Like XP, Vista, Windows 7 or any operating system you care to download on Torrents or wherever (complete with cracks and maybe a few viruses).

You might find this link of interest:
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Pi...

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