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I am trying to use an Advent Product Recovery CD-ROM and get an error message ''single user version cannot do multiple leads'' I am the only user of my PC What can I do to run the program?

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Hello friend
aap ek baar dhayan se pado ke kon se opreting systom ko aap ka progam sport kar raha hai, kai baar nahi karta, ok

or ha agar problem aaati he hain to reinstal karo apni computer ki window, or chang the cimos satting,
feer bhee problem aati he hain to aap ke program main kuch kami hain ise delar ko dekhao ya servise senter main chack karo

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