Microsoft failed to reveal the specific Vista activation cracks that were targeted by the KB940510 update.Vista SP1 for example was designed to render useless the OEM BIOS and Grace Timer cracks.The company only informed that “this update for Windows Vista detects activation exploits that may be present on a system.
Using it for prolonged periods of time will cause cursing and lost data.
Several useless and/or annoying features of Vista were removed by Close-the-gates, and some new features were added.
Unfortunately, pirates have not been able to reverse engineer the encrypted BSOD bypass technology to create a similar system.
Therefore, it has been suggested that you should only use your Windows Vista (Pirated or not) machine for half an hour at a time.
One day, a pirate by the name of Close-the-gates decided that Windows Vista was too much of a rip off and decided to create the revolutionary Windows Vista Pirated Edition.
Following in the footsteps of Windows XP Pirated Edition, Windows Vista Pirated Edition comes precracked and preactivated and provides a much easier way of acquiring the OS.
Despite this, you will definately get a BSOD in the first hour of use, so it is recommended that you buy yourself a copy of Windows BSODcare.
This revolutionary technology proactively prevents BSODs from occuring, but at $US100 a month, it doesn't come cheap.
In fact, an update from the Redmond company is designed specifically to make Vista capable of detecting what the software giant referred to as activation exploits.
The refresh is served to Vista clients worldwide via Windows Update, with no user intervention, provided that the WU settings are set to automatic updating.
For god sake, we already know we want to CONTINUE!!!