This is the root of all your problems
by MarkFlax - 12/9/06 4:43 AM
In Reply to: still pop up error message by deall
and I fear that little further help can be given you in these forums.
Let me explain, and in the process be brutally clear.
P2P means Peer to Peer. This is the term used on the internet for people who share files between other people. Peer to Peer means downloading files from the computers of people who have them, and letting other people download files from your computer. It is file sharing.
The problem is, file sharing is too often used for illegal activities, like downloading music without the artist's permission, and without paying the artist any royalty. It is called Piracy in the trade.
The same goes for downloading films, tv shows, etc without the owners permission and without paying for them. It also applies to downloading full programs, like Nortons.
You have said, clearly, in this post that you have been using eMule to download films, (The Hitcher), Jerico and Lost, and Nortons Security or Anti-virus. This is Piracy.
Please re-read the Forum Policy on illegal activity, link here. You would have read this when you signed up to CNET Forums.
Help is not offered for those involved in illegal activities such as Priracy. It is against Forum Policy to do so.
Therefore I must suspend this discussion here and now. No further help can be given. If you feel I have made a mistake in my post, feel free to email me through my profile.
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