forget torrents they will get u in trouble, download this, its a key gen, try to activate, with it. it WILL fail,so now select activate by phone,photoshop will give you a code, enter that in the key gen, now the key gen will give you another code, enter that and your done.
Well, I have been downloading the Adobe Photoshop CS3 Extended all day and it is still only half done. I have very fast internet and a new computer too So after I download this from Adobe's site, then I do your last instructions?
berny i scanned this and i used this for about a year and a half plus its been on my hardrive for all of that time, THE KEY GEN IS CLEAN ! and how that happens is when a keygen contains a worm. older keygens when ran infected your system dropping a worm into the system hence why virus softwares went ape shittt otherwise berny NO virus software will not delete key gens. BUT patchers do get delted alot and infect alot more then keygens do, all a keygen does is give you a random genreated code based on a serial nothing else it dosen't touch any files. now the reason this works so well is because the telephone support uses the same method to activate. to BCS sorry to hear bud, it should not take more then 20 min on a slow day. adobe has gone down a few times so they might be haveing server trouble. they hosted some new photoshop for facebook and others thats a beta, ever since thier server had been crashing on and off so u could of got caught up in that. also yes after downloaded follow the steps i wrote.
thanks brad, berny normally if the keygen is seen as bad by virus software you can just let the virus program make an exception. also to donnie, it depends on the bandwith used if you start out of nowhere sucking down up to 4 gigs of banwidth from downloading, your provider will get suspicious and investigate. if your doing movies illegal ones not x rated, they will catch u i got caught once in 04 and warned personally by certified letter from mgm's head offices if i don't stop a 500 grand fine will be mine. so that's how torrents can get you in trouble, certain programs are tagged as a setup. u download them and a companies watching then they sue you. if you use a proxy server and mask your ip address you can probably get away with murder. but it's still a risky thing, slip once and your in court up to your azz in debt. i run xbox live alot so my average bandwith use can average a gig to 4 gigs depending on demo downloads. so it's pretty easy to slip a movie in here and there if i wanted to. the other thing that net providers do to is "cap" you, a cap limits your speed and bandwith. that way you can't download a million movies in no time.