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NEWZCRAWLER by ADC SOFTWARE

by fm100 / March 6, 2013 8:13 AM PST

I purchased the above product a few years back and it has worked really well; unfortunately had a system crash, so had to reload software including the above back on to a new PC.

The license I was issued with (which I saved) won't be accepted by this software anymore. Have used the original installation file and also various links to download this software including from this one from cnet.

I have tried to contact the above supplier using all the email addresses on their website with no reply (emails are delivered, not rejected).

Does anyone have more contact for the suppliers above or know how to allow the software to work with the license I have.

I have tried to register the product using the software but it won't accept it.

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Looks like AbandonWare.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 6, 2013 8:23 AM PST
http://www.newzcrawler.com/ looks to be quite dusty with many dates of 2008 to 2010 so that's about 3 years since they touched it. I know folk get a little upset when a software item passes into an abandoned state so my suggestion is to find OPEN SOURCE software that does this.
Bob
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by fm100 / March 6, 2013 10:24 AM PST

Hi Bob,

thanks for the info.

I have the program running on my new pc under evaluation mode. Must be somewhere (when i have the license) that this "evaluation mode" I can put the license in to make it work (even though registering the product won't allow this.
I copied all folders related to this product over to new pc and all work fine, but can't get program to accept license I was given (even though it was licensed up to 4 pcs)

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