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In order to provide quality service for all our customers, we request that you complete the following information sheet to assist our support staff and expedite the troubleshooting process. Having the following information available will speed up the process of solving your problem and will require less time on the phone. Answers to some currently asked questions and support issues may be found under the help menu in the Software or in the Knowledge Base, Manuals, or Application Notes.

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