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Can anyone info. me where i can get a free trial of Softice


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quim88

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Softice is a windows debugger

I 've been looking all over the internet but i could not find it.

Edited by quim88, 15 October 2006 - 07:53 PM.

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Hi quim88...

Is THIS what you're looking for?

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yes wannabe1 that is what i am looking for but it is not there
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As of April 3rd, 2006 the DriverStudio product family has retired. Softice was part of the DriverStudio but compuware has pulled it off their website.

They now have Devpartner Studio Pro Edition demo's that you can download. It's still just a demo, tho.

http://www.compuware...ner/default.htm

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I guess there is no free trial on the web
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