Carolin Benjamin Posted May 21, 2022 Report Share Posted May 21, 2022 I have a valid license # for Nitro Pro 9 --- and have used it prior on Windows 10 ----- but now moving to a Windows 11 and reinstalling programs, etc -- tried to use the Nitro Pro 9 CD disc to get the program onto Windows 11 -- but the CD indicated it could not 'find a needed file' and therefore would not install. I would like to be able to stay with the Nitro Pro 9 and not have to upgrade to a newer version -- due to the economic realities related to Covid era --------------- What are my choices -- - is it possible to run a Nitro Pro 9 on Windows 11 ------------and if so what do you suggest to be able to get the program installed, given the issues encountered with CD install - if it is utterly impossible to continue to use the older Nitro Pro 9 on a Windows 11 PC then what are the upgrade options ----------------I did look at one license update page on the Nitro website and it was confusing -- it indicated a price for the update, but then an additional price for a 1 year update ?? ..... please explain this, if a person opts to pay for the update price and does not buy the additional update feature , then what happens ??...... is there never any ability for the person to update minor /security updates with the basic update? .. and what about support, is there any support? .................and what happens after the 1st year, if the person does pay for/buy the additional 1 yr update add-on? ................the whole thing seems somewhat confusing as to what a user is actually getting ?? Thank you in advance for your help. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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