I'd like to say something as a new Apple owner on the subject of protected disks. I have no respect for a company that tries to sell me a program then charges me for a backup. I will do anything to break those disks, spend any amount of money to do it. On the other hand, to a guy like Scott Adams who sells me a program and tells me to first make a backup I will do everything I can to respect his program by not giving copies away and asking my fellow Apple owners to do the same. To him I send thanks from Apple owners of the world. Last but not least, what to do about companies that make programs that don't work and tell you it's your fault or the mail's fault that it doesn't work: so far I haven't found out what to do about this, nor can I get anyone else to say anything. A point in case is software from Crystal. Every program that has come into this area has had the same problems. I have returned one disk, Laser Wars, three times with the same problem; it has done the same thing on at least six other Apples yet the company says it's not the program.
P. J. Carroll, Fort Story, VA - V2N4