"why?" <fgrirp*sgc@VAINY!Qznq.fpvragvfg.pbz> wrote in message
> On Sat, 26 Nov 2005 09:38:13 +0000 (UTC), Carl wrote:
>>I am trying to install UK info Pro V11 and it prompts at the end to: Press
>>ok and install Crypkey NT/2000/XP component. You must install this for UK-
> RTFM, Check the online help / support faq for UK info Pro V11.
> Pressing ok failed and did nothing?
>>info work on NT based operating systems.
> Or are you waiting with the the prompt on the screen and hoping for an
> answer sometime?
>>I am using XP Pro OS
>>Is the Crypkey my XP disk? Any help would be appreciated
> No, it's it's a 3rd party product.
> Maybe even try www.crypkey.com
Cheers I belive that the person that I got it from has put a code in place
as the web site says:
CrypKey is a serious software license control system that offers you
protection from illegal copying, and confidence that people can only run
your software on your terms, without requiring a hardware key or disk key.
If your program is supposed to run for 30 days on a trial basis, it will,
and the only way anyone can run your software after the trial period is to
get your authorization by phone, fax, e-mail