How to Run the 4NT 8.02 .INI Key Version

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Dec 5, 2009
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In a separate thread, I was told to try downloading and running the 4NT 8.02 INI Key Version. Can you please provide information (or point me to a link) that explains how to download and install this version? Thanks.
 

Charles Dye

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In a separate thread, I was told to try downloading and running the 4NT 8.02 INI Key Version. Can you please provide information (or point me to a link) that explains how to download and install this version? Thanks.
1. Be sure that you're running the latest build, 4NT v8.02.106. VER /R will display this info. If you have an earlier build, update it: ftp://ftp.jpsoft.com/oldver/4nt802.exe

2. Rename 4NT.EXE as 4NT.BAK.

3. Download this file: ftp://ftp.jpsoft.com/oldver/4nt802_inikey.exe

4. Rename it to 4NT.EXE and put it in your 4NT installation directory.

5. Start it. Run OPTION and plug in your registration info.
 

rconn

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May 14, 2008
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> In a separate thread, I was told to try downloading and running the 4NT
> 8.02 INI Key Version. Can you please provide information (or point me
> to a link) that explains how to download and install this version?
> Thanks.
It's on our ftp site at ftp://jpsoft.com/oldver/4nt802_inikey.exe. Just
copy it over your existing 4NT.EXE (the executable file, not the installer).

Note that we don't recommend or support v8 on Windows 7. Microsoft made
some additions and changes that we've incorporated into v11, but we cannot
back port them to v8.

Rex Conn
JP Software
 
Dec 5, 2009
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#4
It's on our ftp site at ftp://jpsoft.com/oldver/4nt802_inikey.exe. Just
copy it over your existing 4NT.EXE (the executable file, not the installer).

Note that we don't recommend or support v8 on Windows 7. Microsoft made
some additions and changes that we've incorporated into v11, but we cannot
back port them to v8.

Rex Conn
JP Software
Thanks Rex and Charles for the information. I'll download it and give it a try. I tried figuring it out myself and replaced the 4NT.EXE file, but it just hung when I tried to run it. But I was using the original installation I had which is version 8.02.90. I'll try it with the latest version on the web site and see what happens.