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Re: Is there a 3.01 student version?



The student version is the same as the "full" version with the exception
that you cannot place the software on more than one machine at a time.
Wolfram makes sure you hold up your end of the bargain by making you
email them to recieve a new password everytime your MATHID changes. 
Oh, did I forget to mention, your MATHID is generated by Mathematica
using the serial number of your hard drive as a basis. Unfortunately,
this means that everytime you reformat, you must obtain a new password.

Sean

Soupboy1 wrote:

> >Hello.  I have had student version of 3.01 for a few months
> >now (Win95). I bought 3.00, but the program was always
> >crashing my computer.  So, I returned the program.
> >Version 3.01 seems to be much more reliable, although
> >not totally reliable. The fact that this version runs at
> >all is the big advantage for me.
>
> What are the differences between the student versions, the teacher
> versions, and the full versions of Mathematica?  For some reason, I can
> never access the Wolfram website (it just says "... contacted, waiting
> for reply.").






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