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Posted on 2000-04-15
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1. A would like a similar protection software as described below:

I have used a program in the past I was able to install a program on my computer two times from one disk. After which, further instalations were useless unless I uninstalled the program back onto the floppy disk.  

2. What you you recommend to be the better software protect method in use other than hardware such as a hardlock?

50 point to steer me in the right direction.

150 more to supply me with the right program.
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vladi44 earned 50 total points
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hey, paul, there is a site which would be useful.so go to http://ftp.vse.cz/pub/msdos/SAC/pc/utildisk/0index.txt.
this is a list of files with descriptions.go in the up directory and download what you want..

best regards,
 
              Vladi
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by:xpher
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There is a shareware component at
http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~vtran/
if that is any use.
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THANKS.
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