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I have sigmaplot7, which has been working fine up until the last week. When I open it, click yes to allow spw.exe to alter my hard drive, the program won't open. When trying to open a file created in sigmaplot, it gives the error that 'there was a problem sending the command to the program'. I don't know what has changed since I last used this program. Help!? :) I'm using Windows7 if that is useful. Thanks!

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