|Posted: April 23, 2014, 11:51 pm - IP Logged|
There was a guy in NY years ago in the 90's that I bought his pick 4 software. He had advertised it in Lottery News sold here in NY. It was amazing. ONly problem was it needed a key code to start it. One day my computer crashed and I couldn't get a hold of the guy anymore. He said he had paid $5000 to a guy to write the program. I paid around $200. It could be used for any Pick 4 and you only played 7-15 combos. It really was the best software to this day and I have owned many. I was cashing 3-4 boxed hits a week playing only once a day. I believe he was from Rochester.
The "Key Code" of course, was in the hard drive of that computer.
There is good reason to think that it could have been recovered, maybe in more than one way.
As to the software itself, if it was in the same "form" in which it had been given to you, then it probably could also have been recovered.
But it is not a 100% for sure thing, it all depends.
And of course, to recover those, it might be free or it might cost, it all depends.
But it is probably too late for that.
You didn't save the hard drive, Did You?
I guess not, not in the original condition that it was just right after the crash.