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TurboCAD Delux 2D/3D want run

by sp2apa / August 26, 2011 3:01 PM PDT

I bought the TurboCAD 2D/3D Delux for MAC. It does install but want run. Message says something about licence manager - when hit OK it terminates. Trying to get answers from IMSI but no replays.
So far any software that I bought for iMac did not worked like Stellar backup, now turbo CAD. Looks like any software that is available outside Apple shops is just scam

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Obviously your statement is patently false,
by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / August 26, 2011 11:36 PM PDT

and a quick look at the Stellar Backup web site shows the reason why Stellar backup does not run on your Mac. (note the Capitalization)
Stellar Backup is a Windows program and requires XP or Vista to run.

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TurboCAD saga ..... want run
by sp2apa / August 27, 2011 3:14 AM PDT

I never have had thing called Microsoft or what ever this is. There was back up software for MAC - never worked as suppose to, it was just butchered clone of testdisk or disktest - which is UNIX/Linux programme. Later on I found MAC back up software which does work (despite being free), does not recover system file tree ( which can be understood) , but does recover any data files and multimedia perfectly. Stellar could not recover any thing larger than around 20 MB size. Numerous support requests ..... forget it, emails from them made no sense at all ... so $100+ down the drain.

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