I have found a whole bunch of sketchy sites claiming to offer it.
I spent a bit of time trying to find a download page for it on the WayBack Machine (where I've had success finding old software before), but no luck whatsoever. If someone knows the correct, base URL, that would help. I guess the product moved around a lot over the years, and the current URLs for the parent companies don't go back far enough.
On Friday, November 19, 2021 at 08:46, Lena Bohman eloquently inscribed:
> I assume you saw this rather sketchy download link?
> I'll leave it to someone else to decide if the software on offer is legit.
> I did try to whois the website but didn't get much.
> On Fri, Nov 19, 2021 at 8:41 AM Hammer, Erich F <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Does anyone happen to have a copy of the ProCite v5 demo installer?
>> We seem to have misplaced/lost our installer for our licensed version and
>> apparently have (or had) a machine with a rather important DB on it.
>> (Why!? Just, Why?) The machine has failed although we can get to the
>> files. I'm not asking for a licensed copy of the outdated and long-defunct
>> software that would only really be useful for retrieving archival data in
>> situations like this because that would be illegal, but apparently there
>> was a demo installer that might get us where we need to go.
>> Alternatively, does anyone know how to migrate a ProCite DB to another
>> platform without having a copy of ProCite?
>> Feel free to reach out off-list.
>> Erich Hammer Head of Library Systems
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>> 518-442-3891 University @ Albany
>> "The philosopher has never killed any priests, whereas
>> the priest has killed a great many philosophers."
>> -- Denis Diderot