Most reliable source for inpa?

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Most reliable source for inpa?

Post by beeverboy » Mon Mar 18, 2019 7:48 pm

Good evening guys,
Good to see some members still active on the forum. Seen some sad news of other forums shutting down in recent times, sadly facebook/social media appears to be killing forums off! We must save the build threads!

Anyway, keeping things on track. I'm after a copy of Inpa and any other relative software, I did obtain a copy last year which you ended up having to run via a virtual machine and it was rubbish. I want a clean copy that will work straight off my laptop, is eBay a safe place?
Any thoughts welcome!
Adam 8)

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Re: Most reliable source for inpa?

Post by beeverboy » Thu Mar 21, 2019 7:48 pm

Just seen this belongs under a different area, sorry!

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Re: Most reliable source for inpa?

Post by Russ » Tue Apr 09, 2019 7:33 am

Any particular reason why you want INPA?

Rheingold is far more user friendly.

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