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    Quote Originally Posted by wotnot View Post
    Folks use win7 for this, because it can pull off a convincing winXP cheese-platter -- beyond that with M$, you probably need a VM

    If someone hoists an iso image, I can poke at it and see what the go is =)
    Thank you but I am afraid that is beyond this old brain. I currently run it on a WIN 7 Laptop and it installed and ran okay then after I had done so many searches it said It could not run no more without being registered which of course I can't because it is so old. It doesn't install as a Windows program as such, I mean it is not under the programs to uninstall on windows. It just creates a folder call Digger in the root directory of C Drive and places some files there, if I deleted the folder and reinstall the program and doesn't fix it so I assume something must be stored somewhere else. I searched the Registery for "digger" but found nothing and that was the extent of my knowledge.



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    Yeah, it's one of those things with old software -- without a copy of it, it's like sorting out a jigsaw puzzle....online... with no idea what the jigsaw is an image of =)

    Possibly you should search the registry for 'macbeth' as well.

    Also (going by their website) you can download the latest executable that can be used with old CD roms....but then you'd still need to register.

    Seems registration number coded .... which makes it seem polemical that a registry change would help any.

    As before, if someone hoists an iso image, I can poke at it and see what it's up to.

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