Than telling the entire world that you're pirating software. It really wouldn't be hard for the FBI to subpoena the server logs, trace your IP address back to your ISP, and then get your ISP to match who had that IP address at the time in question to your billing information.
Which is all above and beyond the fact that no one here is interested in becoming an accessory to your crime, or an aiding an abetting charge on top of that by helping you.
If you're going to broadcast to the entire world that you pirated some game, you're probably beyond any help you'd get here anyway.
i was playing on a game i downloaded for free, its ok i did a virus and spyware scan first. but so far about 2mins into game pc crashed with blue screen message this computer has been shut down to prevent permanent damage the problem could be bios updates. i did that but got this message when i tried game later,your chipset, video adapter and network adaptor might want updating. i went to the intel website and found the 3 driver updates that have been released since i bought my pc in december, i downloaded them but have not installed them because i need to know if they are any risks involved and how do i do it safely.also how do i find out if the graphics card is combined or seperate. any help appreciated.
my pc is a dell dimension media centre E520, 1 gig ram 160 hd.
the chipset is a INTEL(R) G965 EXPRESS CHIPSET FAMILY.
ps: i emailed dell a while ago about driver updates and got no reply.