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Old 03-07-2001, 01:14 AM
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Default Recovering Applications/Authorizations

There is a Pro Tools TDM system at a local university, where I teach adjunct. They had DINR. Somehow, they lost it. There are still some DINR documents on system, but the application is gone. I'm afraid the authorization code may be gone as well. We still have the CD-ROM, the installer floppy and the authorization floppy.

Is there any way to get DINR back? ANY suggestions are welcome.

It was almost certainly some idiotic student who deleted it -- we'll get students who will delete virtually ANYTHING to try to create space for their projects because they haven't designate the external HD as the destination. But this was an expensive piece of software and I'd hate to think we lost it because some dumbkof didn't know what he/she was doing.
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