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Solved im looking for the uk info decade can anyone help

November 24, 2020 at 14:19:33
Specs: Windows 7
dose any one know about uk info decade,the one i have is scratched

any help would be appreciated. thanks.


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November 25, 2020 at 15:00:12
Seems a lot of pholks were left high and dry when the company pulled the plugs...

Below is a very lengthy forum discussion relating to it; and seems to offer a solution - but not exactly clear how to apply it (part way down first page of lengthy discussion).

Also looks like "someone" was banned from there for not following the forum rules on that site.

If the link/discussion doesn't help then I think you have a nice coaster of sorts?

https://digital-forums.com/showthre...



#1
November 25, 2020 at 05:57:09
What exactly are you referring to? There was (maybe still is) a programme or whatever called UK-info; and another which was reverse lookup programme for UK phone numbers which was something like 192-info?

If you search for uk info disk or uk info disk download you'll get hits for those; though whether or not any of them are stil active etc.?


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#2
November 25, 2020 at 07:53:40
After this was posted yesterday, I searched for "info decade",
and got several interesting hits, but none that stood out as
clearly being what is asked for by Mr. Smoke or Mrs. Moke.

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis


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November 25, 2020 at 14:17:05
thanks you for your response

the uk info decade version spans from the year 1990 to the year 2000 that the uk info decade disc its the same as 192
it finds telephone numbers name and address it go`s back 10 years.

i also have the original uk info verion 2000 5.5 brand new but because the company as closed down i cannot get a activation site key and can onlly use it in standard..

thanks again.

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November 25, 2020 at 15:00:12
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Seems a lot of pholks were left high and dry when the company pulled the plugs...

Below is a very lengthy forum discussion relating to it; and seems to offer a solution - but not exactly clear how to apply it (part way down first page of lengthy discussion).

Also looks like "someone" was banned from there for not following the forum rules on that site.

If the link/discussion doesn't help then I think you have a nice coaster of sorts?

https://digital-forums.com/showthre...


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November 25, 2020 at 15:05:01
Also don't double post/start an identical thread re' this problem (which you appear to have done). Leads to confusions and likely you'll simply be left hanging?

I note that you have updated your info here as to what you have and so that ought to be OK?

Possibly the mods can edit your header on this on this post to reflect the same as your second post and then deelte your second post?


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