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I have been using Avimark at my vet clinic for 7 months. I have 3 terminals all using windows XP Pro. Avimark was installed on the main computer and shared with the other two as directed. About 4 months ago we had a power surge and there was no surge protector on the main computer (stupid). I replaced the hard drive and restored the program from my CD backup. Last week I started getting error messages on all 3 terminals.
The error message reads "Access violation at address 0043CA9D in module 'Avimark.exe'. Read of address 0000004C"
Below this reads Execution stack... JclHookExcept.HookedExceptObjProc and a few line numbers.

Another new problem is when I try to open Avimark at the other terminals I get ' program cannot be authenticated'- which makes no sense as the program is not pirated in any way.

I don;t know if the power surge has anything to do with this. No other problems have been encountered and all seemed well after replacing the hard drive.

Avimark charges $900 per year for tech support, even if it is a fault in their program. Please help.
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