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Ntsyspc Ver. 2.2 And Password: What You Need to Know About the New Features and Improvements of Ntsyspc


Save the ntinst22.exe file to disk into a temporary directory and run it by double clicking on it. This will start the installation process once you enter a password (the unlocking code that came with your CD). The install program will also request a registration serial number that was also provided with the CD. The 'Updates' topic in the help file describes the changes that have been made since the programs\'s initial release. Check the Frequently Asked Questions file for answers to common questions about NTSYSpc. See item 19 about the change in the location of the ntsys.ini starting with release 2.20w. The ntnew22 page lists the features of the current version. For more details, the current help file can be download here (1.4 MB).




New! Ntsyspc ver. 2.2 and password



This file is not a free upgrade from version 2.0 or earlier versions. You will need a password and an NTSYSpc version 2.1 registration serial number in order to run this program. Save the file (ntinst21.exe) to disk into a temporary directory and run it by double clicking on it. This will start the installation process once you enter a password (the unlocking code that came with your CD). The install program will also request a registration serial number that was also provided with the CD. The 'Updates' topic in the help file describes the changes that were made in this version. Download (3.4MB). Check the Frequently Asked Questions file for answers to common questions about NTSYSpc.


This work was financially supported by the Leibniz University Hannover, Hannover, Germany; the Ministry of Education and Training, Viet Nam; the Prince of Songkla University, the Higher Education Research Promotion and National Research University Project of Thailand; the Office of The Higher Education Commission, Universiti Putra Malaysia and Science Fund 04-01-04-SF1171, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI), Malaysia. We are deeply indebted to Prof. Dr. T. Debener and Dr. M. Linde for giving technical and scientific advice on AFLP and SSRs analysis and for the possibility to use their equipment. We would like to thank Mr. Felix Hirschmann, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany, for correcting the English language and for collecting samples together with the esteemed colleagues at the Centre of Advanced Study in Marine Biology, Faculty of Marine Sciences, Annamalai University, India. Thanks to Prof. Put O Ang, Jr for sample collection in Hong Kong. We acknowledge support by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and Open Access Publishing Fund of Leibniz Universität Hannover.


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