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by philr / November 16, 2004 5:24 AM PST

Unfortunately did not take the time to research the abundant reviews on CNet.com re pcbugdoctor prior to purchasing . The kit does not even work , and judging by the vast number of complaints littering the Cnet.com site about this product [ and by implication about the manufacturer/advertiser ], it is astounding that CNet.com has seen fit to continue to advertise this product. Come on guys , look after us !!! One thing is certain ...... maximumsoftware.com have no such intention . Are Cnet.com the good guys or what .... ??

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