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update to close the
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hackers, the folks at the
Doom9 forums sent
word that they have found yet another way
around the copy protection for high
definition discs. This time, the method
involved the Xbox 360's
HD DVD add-on
drive to capture the "Volume Unique
they were being read by the drive itself.
Rather than just point out the crack, we're
going to take a closer look at how this crack
accomplished, because one of the
hackers involved in the crack says that it's
more or less unstoppable.
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Something obviously went awry.
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up times. Some are questioning whether
Microsoft is advocating that users
just put Vista
into sleep mode, as opposed to shutting down
on a daily basis, to mask the sluggish boot up.
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