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Exactly, when trying to get people to pay to use your product it's a good idea to make it better than the illegal version they could also choose to get, same applies to downloading digital media with DRM. Luckily for VA even an emulator for RISC OS doesn't seem popular enough for anyone to crack. With the references to network cards I assume it's locked to a mac address, which is easy enough to change

 is a RISC OS Usermavhc on 12/5/05 10:54PM
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