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  1. I also have a licence that says it's expired, but continues to update just fine, 6 years later. Even lets me use the key to install on new PCs as I have done in the past. Claiming that there was no such thing as a lifetime licence is bulls**t, and they know it.
  2. I purchased Recuva professional to recover several hundred movie files I accidentally deleted via a script. After running, it found about half of them. Of those, about 2/3rds were marked as "excellent". After restoring them however, the files all appear to be broken. They will play with VLC for a minute or so, then the video and audio drop out. Scanning with ffmpeg reports errors. So, I'm wondering, how would the recovery process break all these files? Because they're all unusable now.
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