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Old 01-06-2000, 01:51 PM
rich morpurgo rich morpurgo is offline
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Default will I get pt5 disks?

Why do I have the authoriser and digi hasn't sent me the application?

two month ago tech said they were going out in a week.


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Old 01-06-2000, 02:58 PM
George Cumbee George Cumbee is offline
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Default Re: will I get pt5 disks?

You can download the application from the Digi web site. They must have your name and phone number on record for the download to work.

Otherwise: I received my box from Digi on Wed with PT5.0 CDROM, backup authorizer disc and manuals. I had already downloaded the app when it became available. Having the manual now is nice.

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