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  • EvoTech
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    i don't know what do you mean, this thread seems nothing, no one catch your means, both vB team also all readers.

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  • Fortforum
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    Originally posted by MertTurk View Post
    wondering if my site is licensed meat only
    You need to work on your english, bro. Also from Sweden, and what you have produced language wize so far in this thread is substandard to this forum. DonĀ“t waste others time like this.

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  • Hartmut
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    So what is this thread about now?

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  • MertTurk
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    ok i have a license VB3 VB4 and today I bought VB5 I've's license
    I have not null vBulletin

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  • djbaxter
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    First, you asked about the cost of upgrading your vB4 license to vB5:

    -> https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...ould-we-do-now

    Next thing we hear is that you're having problems installing the vB5 pre-release on your server because your server doesn't have the minimum requirements to support vB5"

    -> https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...all-config-php

    Next, you start a confusing thread which appears to be about a nulled (illegal unlicensed) version of vB5:

    -> https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...ll-vbulletin-5

    Next, we learn that your site is apparently banned although it is unclear where or by whom - the domain you post can't be found in the DNS system:

    -> https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...site-is-banned

    I have no idea what it is you're doing but it's starting to look suspicious and shady.

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  • MertTurk
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    wondering if my site is licensed meat only

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Have no idea what you mean by this.

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