40 thoughts on “Pirated DVD vs. Legal DVD

  1. HAHAHA

    HAHAHHAHAHAHHAAHAAHAHAAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHHAHAHAHHA sorry i can’t stop laughing HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAAHHAHAAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHHA ok stop it!….:)

  2. DataShade

    I routinely pirate video games – or at least the no-CD cracks for those games – that I’ve legally purchased, because then I can just create an image of the disc, put it on my 10,000 RPM hard drive, and play it with no load-from-disc pauses or performance-reducing DRM.

    Anyone gaming on a budget, anyone who can’t afford a new $2500 system every other year, can see remarkable improvements in framerate and sound consistency (Vista had weird issues with CD/DVD drives, sound, and internet connection all using the same interrupts, haven’t upgraded to Win7 yet so no idea if those still exist) by pirating the games they already own.

  3. gdusing

    I don't think pirating the games you already own can make any difference in framerate or sound consistency. The only difference you can make is this way you're giving some Boston lawyers a reason to prosecute you because pirating is illegal.

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