Calling Old Infobases Customers

This is a shot in the dark, but here goes…

If you were once an avid user of the Infobases 1997 Collectors Library CD ROM and are willing to be involved in designing the 2005 edition, please let me know. (You can email me through the little email envelope icon on the left/bottom side of your screen)

7 thoughts on “Calling Old Infobases Customers

  1. I am an avid User of your LDS Collectors Library ’97.

    I depend on your CD every month as I provide Monthly calendars for many individuals in our ward using information from LDS Collectors Library; pictures of temples; pictures of leaders; etc.

    Information from Bible & Book of Mormon & other areas.

    Yes, I would be very happy to buy an updated version of LDS Collectors Library.

    Thank you,

    Sheldon K. Keala

  2. i have 97 and have not used it for years. i have rekindled my interest in reading Church literature. when i tried to load the program into my new computer running Windows XP, it won’t run. Same goes for my newer inforbases program. any helps? thanks very much

  3. I have been using the Infobases LDS collectors Library 1995 and 1997 versions for a number of years. I just purchased a new 64 bit computer and these versions will not work on this new computer. I would like to obtain the 2009 version. How do go about acquiring the new updated software?

    Mark Hendrickson

  4. I live in Mexico City, I buyed Infobases Collectors Library in 1998 and I can read many books, passages, since 1998 when I was single and now that I have 2 children, but the last week I´ve been a trouble, my original Data disc is broken, I want to know if exist any way to replace this disc. I’ve a register in Infobases and the original box with reference manual, case of 3 CD-rom and VHS, Please Help me.

  5. I purchased Infobases in 1998 and absolutely loved it! As my Gateway 2000 died I purchased a new computer and suddenly my Infobases no longer worked. I had managed to print out a copy of 1st Book of Adam & Eve. I was going through some books and found this copy and am mourning the loss of my Infobases. I still have the
    CDs but the will not open on Win7. I have no ideas what my password or key is and I sure would like to be able to get in it again.

  6. Has anyone found a solution to use Infobase LDS Library 97 (NOT 98) on a 64 bit? The compatibility Mode option in windows 10 does not work

  7. I have the windows ’95 edition. Have been using it since then. Do the later editions include all of the material the W’95 edition contains or is some left out. Please let me know. I would love to update to a new 64 bit edition.

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