PDI Files Pack

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By JohnHassink

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29-03-2016, 05:56

Sigh... carry on then, with your special Brazilian protected disks and stuff...

By anonymous

incognito ergo sum (116)

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29-03-2016, 06:18

{mod: removed because of scene warez}

By anonymous

incognito ergo sum (116)

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29-03-2016, 11:50

{mod: nods head. why don't you READ warnings and LEARN that when stuff is removed, it's not allowed}

By SLotman

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29-03-2016, 10:05

"MehMehMeh(...) And trust me, it's personal."
Only for you, man. I gave my honest opinion, and you come back attacking me.

I say it again - all those programs were deprotected, and have working DSK floating around. There is no need for this pack. Which doesn't mean I'm saying anything bad about your program or the PDI format.

Anyway, looks like you're digging your own grave here, disrespecting rule after rule. Have fun while it lasts...

By syn

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29-03-2016, 11:02

Wait so linking to download sites with old commercially released products is fine, and only scene releases are not allowed?

By Grauw

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29-03-2016, 12:54

Is that so strange? The site is there to support the community. The commercial companies are long dead or moved on.

I think the current moderation rule is that the site shouldn’t become a pit of warez, but an incidental link isn’t a problem as long as it’s not harming the scene. There’s also some tension between copying and preservation, it’s a difficult line to walk, so there’s no clear cut rule (no black/white) of what is and what isn’t proper to share.

By Latok

msx guru (3857)

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29-03-2016, 12:59

Exactly. Thank you, Grauw.

By syn

Prophet (2087)

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29-03-2016, 15:00

I just wanted to know the MRC ruling..... because I've been reporting mrc posts with warez links and was wondering why some of them are act on and some not. The fact that you say "I think" means its not 100% clear to you as well Wink

By Latok

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29-03-2016, 17:43

I deleted some postings in this thread which had nothing to do with the subject. I ask cbsfox to stop calling names. If you continue, you get a ban.

By cbsfox

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29-03-2016, 18:08

For the last time:

Hello and Aquarela are protected disks.

Of course most of the programs are already unprotected in a DSK version.
But the point of this POST is to recreate the original disks with their protections, so people all around the world can take a look at the protections that were created here in Brazil between 1987 and 1993.

So, if you want the PDI files to recreate the original protected disks, just send me an email and I will send the package to you.

Regards
Marcos Daniel

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