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do not trust cnet...

they do not really review the products they promote and there is no way you can get into contact with them. STAY AWAY!!!!

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Wrong forum

Post this in feedback and provide evidence of your assertion. I suspect you'll get a response.

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ANother member has found this
http://www.nch.com.au/support/index.html

It is NCH.com's Help & Support Web pages, which may offer you some assistance with the problems you are having with this software.

Thanks to Edward ODaniel for supplying this link.

Mark

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