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    DLL

    phill.45 posted were to download your missing DLL.
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    and keep thinking 24 hours is legal...whoever started that is as famous as whoever wrote klez... all you morons

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    Originally posted by Alives
    and keep thinking 24 hours is legal...whoever started that is as famous as whoever wrote klez... all you morons
    lol, Did you know using a Screen displaying Winamp or any other mp3 programs is illegal also. There only aloud if you have GPS on it.
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    Originally posted by MarkTheBozo


    lol, Did you know using a Screen displaying Winamp or any other mp3 programs is illegal also. There only aloud if you have GPS on it.
    Oh what fun it is to jump into the flamefest, but the laws reguarding lcd vary with where you are (state laws, national laws, etc), and most only state that ones that can be seen by the drive that dont display gps info while the car is in motion are illegal (ie they are legal if youre at a standstill), but software piracy is really illegal across the board.
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    That would be a good FAQ section, state laws as of xxdate. get someone from each state to volunteer to look up the laws and post them. I had a temp job working for fedex where I installed the radios and terminals in the trucks. I had to connect the blanking wire because they said it was a ;aw that the terminal had to be blanked when the truck was moving. I didn't ever verify the law, I just kept reconnecting all those blanking wires when the drivers would clip them

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