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!MST FLOOR PLAN 3D VERSION 8 PURCHASE SOME TIME AGO, INSTALLED IT FOR A WHILE, USED IT A FEW TIMES. HAD TO REMOVE THE PROGRAM FOR A BIT. NEED TO USE IT NOW. RE-INSTALLED FROM ORIGINAL CD ASKING ME TO REGISTER AND WONT GO TO THE SITE, WINDOW SAYS 0 DAYS LEFT TO REGISTER, TRYED TO USE THE BY PHONE METHOD AND IT ASKES FOR A CODE, ?? I DO NOT RECALL IF I REGISTERED THE FIRST TIME OR NOT

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It may be the Trial version, which you had used earlier.... So no registration was required then.

But now as on same PC you are going to install it again, it now asking for registration. You need to pay now and register the program, try with different web browser if the browser fails.

Let me know more detail so I can assist you further.

Best of Luck & Have a Nice Day

Puneet

Posted on Oct 05, 2008

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