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Secret end date to S&T?

A firend compalined to me that his S&T 2008 qouldn't start. The icon just didn't do anything. By coincidence, I started my S&T this morning, and it is trying to run the installer. I can go into the program source directory, and it will start, but is trying to go to the disk to install something. After several tries I can stop the install and use S&T, but it tries again on the next start. Is 7/24/2008 a secret renewal date for S&T? Is something else going on? Thanks!

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Call 1-800-936-5700 this program Microsoft Streets and Trips with GPS locator has unlimited tech support
I had this same problem - you must have your product key with you - they will re-direct you to a website that will solve your problem - it just.. goes away.
I guess the guys at Microsoft are earning thier billion dollar bonuses today

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