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document Are credits required or is this unlimited use software?
Frequently Asked Question: Are credits required or is this unlimited use software? Answer: Per MHS Technical Support, the CPT-II is unlimited use software for one PC. If the software is uninstalled and the Key is not transferred back to the floppy disk before the uninstall took place, it will register a lack of uses or require credits. For more...
13 Apr, 2010 Views: 1776
document Can this be Installed on Win 98? Is it Windows XP compatible
Frequently Asked Question: Can this be Installed on Win 98? Is it Windows XP compatible? Answer: MHS Inc Technical Support indicates that the Conners' Continuous Performance Test - Second Edition, Computer Program for Windows (CPT-II) will install on Windows 95, 98, NT, ME, 2000 and Windows XP. Conners Technical Support states the DOS version...
13 Apr, 2010 Views: 1650
document CPT Spawn Error 2 CPTCHILD.EXE: No such file or directory
Error Description: CPT Spawn Error 2 CPTCHILD.EXE: No such file or directory Resolution: Conners' Continuous Performance Test II (CPT II) is published by Multi-Health Systems, Inc. For technical support on this product, contact Conners' Technical Support (MHS Inc.). USA Contact Information MHS Inc P.O. Box 950 North Tonawanda, NY...
14 Apr, 2010 Views: 1868
document How to end the test
Frequently Asked Question: How to end the test Answer: On the keyboard, pressing the [Ctrl] + [End] keys at the same time will end the test.
13 Apr, 2010 Views: 1453
document Information on Conners' Continuous Performance Test software.
Frequently Asked Question: Information on Conners' Continuous Performance Test software. Answer: CPT is a distributed product. For information or technical support, please contact Conners' Technical Support at 800-456-3003.
13 Apr, 2010 Views: 2431
document What are the license requirements?
Frequently Asked Question: What are the license requirements? Answer: The software license that you agree to abide by when you run the software states that the software can only be used on one computer at any given time. Multiple computers require multiple copies of the software. This is not a network program.
13 Apr, 2010 Views: 1769