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I now have a windows 8 how can I get it to work?

Since I purchased this program I changed computers and now is a windows 8

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Have a look at the original instructions to see which operating system the software will work with. It should also tell you on the installation disc. If it doesn't mention Windows 8 you might have a problem. You can also visit the Microsoft website to see if your version will work with Windows 8. Or go to the help screen on windows and type "software won't run in windows 8".
You can also visit the software makers website to see if they have a solution.

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