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    Has anyone dealt with it or archives of the diskettes before?
    CCplus is a dos-based remote control program that requires two separate copies to work and has some REALLY nasty DRM that deletes part of the master diskette once it's setup. Part of me is wondering if anyone was proactive enough to archive the diskettes before running the installation. I have two copies myself but I do believe they have both been "spent" unless a generic UNDELETE command will salvage the CCINSTAL program.
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    Hmmm, I'll have to check. I know I've got the thing in my collection, but don't know if it's been "spent". It's not the "plus" version, however.

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    I have the two disk Plus version 5.0.

    It still has the CCINSTALL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stone View Post
    I have the two disk Plus version 5.0.

    It still has the CCINSTALL.
    That sounds like one of my two copies. Is it on two 5.25" diskettes or one 3.5" floppy?
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    Two 5" diskettes.
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