Author Topic: The Merck (again), + ChemDraw Pro 6.0  (Read 8520 times)

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CheshireHouse

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Re: The Merck (again), + ChemDraw Pro 6.0
« Reply #20 on: May 11, 2001, 06:40:00 PM »
ok, the 2 files are not to be burned to the cd.  the bin file is an 'image' file, and the cue file tells the program how to burn it.  d/l the app i put on the ftp, cdrwin4.  install it & register it, then click on the first button on the toolbar & select 'load cue sheet or tracks'.  navigate to the cue sheet (make sure it's in the same dir as the bin file) and dbl-click. then click 'start' or 'record cd' or whatever.

p.s. adaptec ezcd creator sucks the big one.


jen

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b159510

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Re: The Merck (again), + ChemDraw Pro 6.0
« Reply #21 on: May 12, 2001, 10:30:00 PM »
Has anyone installed the Chemdraw pro CheshireHouse posted for us? I can't find the registration info needed to complete the setup. Damn program made me uninstall
my Chemdraw 5 Ltd so I did, then asks me for reg. info
I can't find!. :) ...Thanks to Cheshire for the Merck!
Its working perfectly, VERY cool.
I also stuck ChemDraw Pro 6.0 up there as well; but you will need WinRAR for that one, it's not packed as an executable

CheshireHouse

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Re: The Merck (again), + ChemDraw Pro 6.0
« Reply #22 on: May 13, 2001, 03:46:00 AM »
the reg info should be in the *.nfo file.  if you don't have an nfo viewer, you can either open it in notepad (use terminal font, 9 pt or so) or do a google search for 'DAMN nfo viewer' & download it (freeware).


jen

gee, I sure am learnin' a lot

CheshireHouse

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Re: The Merck (again), + ChemDraw Pro 6.0
« Reply #23 on: May 13, 2001, 03:48:00 AM »
from the nfo file:Progam Installation
Name:  any
Organization:  any
Serial:  5041415
Reg. Code:  HVY4-SHLF-H46T-2GB

Chem3D STD Plugin 4.0 registration
On first use of this plugin, you need to enter the following info:
Organization:  any
Serial:  5041415
Reg. Code:  TXMYFRPYJ

if posting these serials in open forum like this is not allowed, queen bees either pm me or edit the post yourselves.




jen

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b159510

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Re: The Merck (again), + ChemDraw Pro 6.0
« Reply #24 on: May 13, 2001, 05:21:00 AM »
All apps up and running. Totally freakin Awesome. Thanks CheshireHouse!

Buster_Hymen

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Re: The Merck (again), + ChemDraw Pro 6.0
« Reply #25 on: May 13, 2001, 09:05:00 PM »
Can the Merck be installed onto my hard drive, or does it have to be put onto a CD? You see, I don't have a read/write CD drive, just read-only... Am I fucked? How many Mb is the installed Merck?

I have all the Merck files, the bin and the cue, and the CDRWIN program installed. Not sure what to do next though...

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CheshireHouse

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Re: The Merck (again), + ChemDraw Pro 6.0
« Reply #26 on: May 14, 2001, 12:50:00 PM »
hmmm...well, without a cd-rw, the only things i can think of are: 

1.  use 'bin2iso' or 'binchunker' to convert the bin file to an iso file, and then use 'winimage' to extract all the files to a folder, and try to install it that way (the cd image is about 320 megs i think), which might work, or

2. get 'daemon tools' and use that to mount the bin file as a 'virtual cd', then install the whole thing to hard drive (putting all the files on your hdd is an option during install), which should work, or, finally,

3. get a cd-rw drive, they're so cheap anymore you might as well (which would definitely work).

you can probably find easily all of the above programs using a google search, but if you have a problem, pm me.  all but winimage are freeware, i think.


jen

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halfapint

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Beware CDRWIN!!!!
« Reply #27 on: May 14, 2001, 01:56:00 PM »
Say beez, have a care with CDRWin. Have heard some truly nasty rumors on the Web about this SW. Like, that it checks for particular SN's which have been posted on warez channels. Then when it finds them, it doesn't just self-destruct, it EATS YOUR COMPUTER!! i.e. acts like one of the most destructive virii, and writes over your HD partition table, as well as some other highly toxic activity.

This can (in the worst case, if you don't have lots of experience dealing with technical malice) require a complete reformat of your hard drive, with loss of all data. Have you got all your passwords & account info backed up?  Could you stand to lose all your email files? Do you have every program you're running backed up to CD's? Look out for shit like this. It is delayed action: it does not happen when you use it, but some time later.

Obviously the author of CDRWin is a malicious mother. The recommendation I have seen, to deal with this, is NOT to try to register CDRWin. Just use it in its demo mode, preferably just once, to write the CD you want from the .bin and .cue files. Then uninstall it! Reinstall it again, if you have another CD to burn from these type files. The only price for this is, you will have to record at 1X speed. It will take you 74 minutes to burn your CD. Chemists are patient folks. What's another 50-60 minutes, compared to the risk of total catastrophe?


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CheshireHouse

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Re: Beware CDRWIN!!!!
« Reply #28 on: May 15, 2001, 05:11:00 AM »
i have been using this one for a while now with no problems.  the thing is, you need to use the version that is included, not download a trial and then use a serial.  this version was included with the serial, so obviously the coder never had a chance to put this serial on a cdrwin 'black list' with this version.  just do not 'check for upgrades', and don't use this serial with any version other than the one that it's packed with.


jen

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b159510

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Re: The Merck (again), + ChemDraw Pro 6.0
« Reply #29 on: May 18, 2001, 08:15:00 AM »
BTW, i do take requests.  i have or can get just about anything in the 'apps' dept..well I have something of a wish list going here:
1)PDR Electronic Library
2)Surface and Colloid Chemistry Handbook (CRC)
3)Properties of Organic Compounds (CRC)
4)Dictionary of Organic Compounds (CRC)
5)The Combined Chemical Dictionary (CRC)

Greensnake

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Re: The Merck (again), + ChemDraw Pro 6.0
« Reply #30 on: May 19, 2001, 07:34:00 PM »
hmmm, regarding requests could you please upload somewhere Sculpt, Kekule and Alchemy 2000? Sure, it's kinda asking for rocketship, but still...

Greensnake

CheshireHouse

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Re: The Merck (again), + ChemDraw Pro 6.0
« Reply #31 on: May 20, 2001, 10:35:00 AM »
hmmm... well, i have at least the 2001 pdr electronic library iso here... i'll have to sort thru my cd's for some of the others, and maybe look around for them.  if you happen to have the approximate release dates on this stuff, it'll help a lot.  in the meantime, i'll pack & upload the 2001 PDR.


jen

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CheshireHouse

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Physician's Desk Reference 2001 ISO
« Reply #32 on: May 20, 2001, 08:48:00 PM »
ftp://209.20.242.12/ ./cheshirehouse/aux /con /for/theHive/PDR2001/


here are a couple of other things i did for somewhere else, dunno if anybody has any use for them:

CALIGARI.TRUESPACE.REALITY.DESIGNER.V5.0-TFL (3d modeling app)
Biblesoft.PC.Study.Bible.Complete.Ref.Lib.3.1-iNFeRNO

ftp://209.16.232.137/ /djb/aux /com1 /welcome/


enjoy



jen

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halfapint

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Re: Physician's Desk Reference 2001 ISO
« Reply #33 on: May 21, 2001, 03:48:00 AM »
Somebody was right on top of that second server, Chessie. Directory zapped, all gone (or invisible).


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CheshireHouse

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Re: Physician's Desk Reference 2001 ISO
« Reply #34 on: May 21, 2001, 04:14:00 AM »
the pdr is still there, the truespace is t=still there, but someone (ovezealous born-again christian, perhaps?) deleted the biblesoft app.  reupping it now.


jen

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CheshireHouse

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Forensic Utility Suite ISO
« Reply #35 on: May 21, 2001, 10:43:00 AM »
ok, if anybody wanted that reference bible app, it's back up.

next offering:  

ever wondered just how much data the cops could recover from your computer if they seized it?  find out by using the same file recovery software they do:  Forensic.Utility.Suite.LCTECHNOLGY.INTL.ISO-theFrail - File Recovery for Computer Crime Specialists

from the nfo:


The Forensic Utility Suite is the first of its kind allowing forensic and computer crime professionals to effectively recover data on all Microsoft operating systems. The suite contains the award winning RecoverNT, Recover98 EXPRESS and RecoverNT EXPRESS. All of these utilities are unique in their own way providing multiple recovery options on IBM compatible Intel based computers. with the Windows 95/98/NT/2000 operating system.  For the first time a total solution is available for all Microsoft file systems allowing for fast, safe, and reliable file recovery with the ease of use of the Windows environment.

"Join the List of Law Enforcement Agencies that Rely on us for File Recovery involved with Computer Crime..."

http://www.lc-tech.com/forensicsuite.asp



USED BY THE FBI DEA ATF US ATTORNEYS US NAVY AND MORE! 


should be done in 2-3 hours, will provide the address then.



jen

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b159510

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Re: Physician's Desk Reference 2001 ISO
« Reply #36 on: May 21, 2001, 01:01:00 PM »
I can see the files, but when I right click on one and copy to folder I get an error message..'An error occurred when copying the selected items from the FTP server.'
Details:
200 Type set to l.
200 PORT command successful
550 pdr2001.exe The system cannot find the path specified..

CheshireHouse

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Re: Forensic Utility Suite ISO
« Reply #37 on: May 21, 2001, 01:12:00 PM »
ok, here it is.  on the same server as the PDR, just a little furthur along the path.

ftp://209.20.242.12/ /cheshirehouse/aux /con /for/theHive/com1 /more/

enjoy...



jen

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CheshireHouse

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Re: Physician's Desk Reference 2001 ISO
« Reply #38 on: May 21, 2001, 01:14:00 PM »

I can see the files, but when I right click on one and copy to folder I get an error message..'An error occurred when copying the selected items from the FTP server.'
Details:
200 Type set to l.
200 PORT command successful
550 pdr2001.exe The system cannot find the path specified..



from your wording i take it you're using IE to d/l the files.  you should use a real ftp client, like flashfxp.  IE might not be able to handle the hidden dirs & locks.



jen

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Greensnake

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Re: Physician's Desk Reference 2001 ISO
« Reply #39 on: May 21, 2001, 04:30:00 PM »
Unfortunately, that server where PDR is, gives "cannot find path" on two different real FTP clients (BulletProofFTP and FlashFXP) and Netscape.

Other one with Bible works Ok.

Regarding release dates on appz... Sculpt 3 was released Aug 1999 (I mean oficial release, not from warez groups :) It's a mol modelling program, which really stands out between others, allowing easily correct molecules shape by hand and calculate changes on the fly.

Kekule - dunno about release date, but, as far as I know, it's absolutely only program product, which takes scanned structural formula images and convert them into standart chem software formats. Produced by Oxford Moleculars.

And Alchemy 2000 - I believe it was initially released in 1999. You see, industry standart in medicinal chemistry was (still kinda is) SYBYL by Tripos. Well, SYBYL is for nice grand Silicon Graphics computers. Alchemy 2000 is basically SYBYL adapted for windows (maybe slightly tuned down in process)


Thank you, CheshireHouse, for community services.  :)  :)  :)