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Major mod chip dealer shut down by Microsoft

Written by Lasse Penttinen @ 03 Oct 2002 11:05 User comments (1)

Major mod chip dealer shut down by Microsoft A well known mod chip dealer Lik Sang has been shut down by Microsoft. Lik Sang is a reliable operator with a good variety of gaming products, including mod chips for all consoles.
A representative in Microsoft's Australian subsidiary confirmed that the company has taken legal action against Hong Kong-based Lik Sang.

Lik Sang's Web site has been offline for nearly two weeks, with a notice on the site blaming a server outage.

Lik Sang representatives could not be reached for comment, and Microsoft attorneys were unavailable to explain the exact nature of the legal action.

Lik Sang was one of the top worldwide retailers of mod chips, devices that, once soldered to a game console's main circuit board, disable security components. The chips typically allow a game machine to play legally and illegally copied discs, run unauthorized software and play game discs intended for other geographic regions.


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14.10.2002 6:57

Ah who cares Mod's will always be availible on the net!!!!

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