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I got a free trial version of Network Magic. Anyone here using it, have bought it or think it's worth while? I don't understand much about computers and wonder if this might help pull everything together for me? Has it caused any problems?

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- What version of the program (see
- What are you planning to do with it?
- What issues are you currently having with your network that needs solving?


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i have it and have had some minor issues. i have 4 computers,1 printer, 1 sony dash & my android on the network.biggest problem is it will randomly drop 1. at which time (it took awhile to figure this out) i have to "unlock" the network and allow that device back in. the real thing to be careful about is when you purchase the program.,go with the pro version (the most expensive). i started with the home version thinking it had everything it advertised.....nooo, it doesnt. so, for another $29.95 i upgraded to the next level and .....oops, still not, for yet another $30.00 or so i can have the pro version (which being a tight *******, i cant bring myself to do). yes, its a scam and i got suckered. i could have saved about $60.00 just going pro. thanks linksys. oh by the way, their customer support sucks.

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