how can i crack solidworks 2005?

how can i crack solidworks 2005?

please explain

Reply to
Oktay TUNA
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Buy the CD's (there are three of them so don't hurt yourself) then bend them over the edge of a table. They should crack at about 30 degrees. I could be wrong about the actual angle given. Maybe someone else could correct me.

Muggs

Reply to
Muggs

I've seen some go as far as 100-120 degrees, but be careful at this angle the debris can be somewhat explosive. I almost hit a cow orker across the room.

Muggs wrote:

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wc

I agree.....they tend to be harder and harder to crack....always a good sign... btw...what is an orker? The cow I've seen but not not the orker

Krister L

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Reply to
Krister L

Very true!!!

Not to mention the "foil" stuff flying all over the place, please WEAR SAFTEY GLASSES. Cracking software can be dangerous!!!

Muggs

Reply to
Muggs

I saw this on tech TV. Take the CD and place one in a microwave for ONE second! Cool effect, it sort of shatters the embedded foil but leaves the plastic intact, safer for the cow! I would suggest placing a glass of water in the microwave also, save the tube!

Keith

Reply to
Keith Streich

WOW!!! Crack the software without cracking the protective covering. Are you getting all this Oktay? I hope your taking notes, this is good stuff!

Muggs

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Muggs

I prefer to crack my CD's by attaching them to a hand grinder, instead of an actual grinding disc or wheel. Then power it by hooking it up to a 220V power source. Turn on that hand grinder and what it crack! Actually shatter would probably be a more appropriate word. I saw this method on "Myth Busters" once.

Richard

Reply to
Richard Charney

For a better workout, try hurling them against a brick wall, frisbee style. CDs are remarkably durable, if you don't care about the data. It may take several attempts, but is a therapeutic method of disposing of unwanted AOL CDs or unwanted radio station pop music freebies.

Reply to
Dale Dunn

Oktay, DON'T listen to Richard, he is obviously a professional Software cracker, this method is not recommended for the amateur like yourself.

Muggs

Reply to
Muggs

I'm not a professional, HONEST! I just wanted to crack a few CD's. I figured I could crack more CD's at a faster pace if I did it my way. That's all. Being that I figured out that I could do this much faster my way doesn't make me a profesional CD cracker now, does it?

Reply to
Richard Charney

CD cracker?!?! Is that the kind of CD that once cracked you put in your bowl of soup?

Reply to
Seth Renigar

Yeah! Kind of like those oyster crackers. But CD crackers are better.

Reply to
Richard Charney

I winged one across the room here one day, transferring data ya' know, it hit the window and broke into tiny bits and possibly even bytes!

Dale Dunn wrote:

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wc

People that come to the same place I do every day, mill about, chew the cud, kind of like cattle and just ork ork ork, you know the sales department, they don't really *work*.

Not to be confused actual work, like designing machines and such! ;o)

Krister L wrote:

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wc

There are some little-appreciated dangers.

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HTH

Reply to
Cliff

There should be a simple cryogenic method.

Reply to
Cliff

thanx for the great laughs; love save the whale

Reply to
Laz

Now I understand why all those softwares on "cracked" CDs never worked properly... All that data gone missing in the actusl process of cracking the: it all makes sense. BTW, here Down Under, I have been using obsolete CDs on our fuit trees, as a "scare birds" tactic: just hang about 1/2 dozen of CDs on thin gardening wires, and voila. The birds are really scared (old MS CDs are the best, they just know) and as a bonus, when the sun strikes the CDs, you get some very nice reflections onto the surrounding structures. C'mon Tuna boy, on your bike....

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john

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