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The card export needs a code to funtion properly is that version cracked?
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Originally Posted by Superboog View Post
The card export needs a code to funtion properly is that version cracked?
Card Export is payware. It is worth the money, for as often as I use it. No crack.

They just require that you have an Owner Name set on your device. The Owner Name has to match the name used to register it to receive a key.
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Card export installs a universal usb driver that it installs to your device and utilizes. I use it and it works on every machine I've tried it on. It's a very good program and worth paying for.

wm5torage is similar software but does not include a driver... either you have it or you don't (hence it sometimes doesn't work)
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