Thanks, Bob. I tried every case combination, and they all failed.

Dick


In article , "Bob"
writes:

>Maybe someone else besides myself that was a beat tester remembers? You
>could also try; newdeal as the password.
>
>"RCantrell" wrote in message
>news:20030823150139.00545.00000162@mb-m02.aol.com...
>> Thanks, Bob.
>>
>> Now I understand you. However, I tried , including various case
>> combinations, and it did not work.
>>
>> Dick
>>
>> In article <6JJ1b.175814$cF.59695@rwcrnsc53>, "Bob"
>> writes:
>>
>> >
>> >the password for the zip file may be the word; tester. it was several

>years
>> >ago and i may have forgotten, but i "think" it is tester.
>> >
>> >"RCantrell" wrote in message
>> >news:20030822173518.01893.00000243@mb-m22.aol.com...
>> >> Thanks, Bob. But I don't know what that means.
>> >>
>> >> Dick
>> >>
>> >> In article , "Bob"
>> >> writes:
>> >>
>> >> >
>> >> >IIRC try using the password tester.
>> >> >
>> >> >"RCantrell" wrote in message
>> >> >news:20030821163358.11891.00000166@mb-m11.aol.com...
>> >> >> I have found a mystery zipped download which I cannot open because

>it
>> >> >requires
>> >> >> a password which I do not have. Its name is
>> >> >>
>> >> >> ndsr32a
>> >> >>
>> >> >> The list of included files makes it clear that it is a set of

>installer
>> >> >files
>> >> >> for a version of New Deal. Because of its name I assume it is

>version
>> >> >3.2a.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Does anyone recall such a file being available "back then," or what

>the
>> >> >> password might have been?
>> >> >>
>> >> >> If I could unzip it, I would probably have the set of installation
>> >files
>> >> >for
>> >> >> 3.2a.
>> >> >>
>> >> >> Dick
>> >> >>
>> >> >> P.S. I also posted this on geos-talk@yahoogroups.com
>> >> >
>> >>
>> >>

>>
>>