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  1. My thanks for your suggestion. I am truly appreciative of any help. My suspicion continues however that there must be a language problem. I have gone to the suggested link andstudied it for about 45 minutes. I have read and reread every word on the link and tried to intuit missing information. Nowhere do I see any referece to or any way to access a "Wayback Machine Archive" or just a generic "Archive". Could you give me any direction as to how I can get to the old programs? I am sure I need V5.06 Also I hope that I don't sound too acerbic in my posts. I do not mean to be dismissive
  2. I guess I am replying to my own post so that at least someone will have done so. I did hear from NCH who inform me that my support contract has expired (unknown to me -some people have day-jobs that preclude being able to keep up with such minutiae). NCH also tells me that I was instruced to back up the original software program. I acknowledge that I failed to do this probably on the fairly common (but here mistaken) presumption that I could reload from the developer. With NCH it is "one and done". If you did not back the program up your are SOL. I do have the option of paying almost ful
  3. I purchased EDictate (I think V 5.06) and EScribe in Nov 08 for full price including tech support. I have been quite happy with the program. Apparently however a program on my laptop automatically installed an up-date to V 5.09. Now presumably because of this change to my EDictate program my secretary can not use her version of EScribe to transcribe the dictation. Now I am not so happy. Also, despite my having paid full price less than 4 months ago, my EDictate now indicates that it is an unregistered version. Based on my review of what sketchy data NCH has provided on its web site it se
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