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From: "Harry Dellamano"
Subject: Re: Crack Demo version of Orcad v.9.2
Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 12:17:15 -0800
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"Brad" wrote in message
> MrBean74 wrote in message
> > Plz help... Need to be able to save my designs that use over 100
> > pins.
> Here is secret code to get into Orcad.....
> When software first boots up, press CTRL-ENTER.
> The system will appear to continue booting into demo mode, but there
> is a small window of opportunity for you to enter a 'backdoor'
> So, after you press CTRL-ENTER you must key in the following exactly
> as shown. Include the spaces! Unfortunately, for some reason, cut
> and paste does not work here!
> 12I8 8A84 4MA9 94T3 H44I 7E4F
> then press CTRL-ENTER again.
> Their code checks for the elapsed time from the first CTRL-ENTER to
> the second one. The window is only 10 seconds or it will not work.
> They have some sort of timer enabled to check the time...... It took
> me a lot of practice to get my keystrokes fast enough to get things in
> before time ran out. Hopefully you're a better typist than I am.
> Good luck!
Amazing, I just tried it on mine and it works great!
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