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#1 Nora10514


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Posted 23 September 2015 - 07:25 AM

My laptop was delivered with Nitro already there.   When the laptop was first received I was able to use Nitro to convert Word doc to a PDF by right clicking on a Word doc . 





However, I just tried to use Nitro again to convert from Word to PDF and I received this msg:


"The service does not have sufficient privileges.  Please reinstall." 


Why would I get this msg and where can I reinstall Nitro and be sure that I am at a  legitimate site and not downloading malware onto my computer? 

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#2 1029rjmenvy17t


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Posted 23 September 2015 - 02:42 PM


You can donwload it from Cnet


This is the only version I could find; its 64bit from 2013. It should work :)

Edited by 1029rjmenvy17t, 23 September 2015 - 02:43 PM.

#3 yu gnomi

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Posted 23 September 2015 - 03:59 PM

Cnet isn't a good site to download from if you want to avoid crap software bundled with the installer (which isn't malware per se, but most people don't want it). This is the developer's site https://www.gonitro.com/


Did 14 days elapse since you first used Nitro? (the free trial only lasts for 14 days)

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