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is it possible to trace who's using my registration serial number


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brickcity

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I just brought a new Mashine mikro from ebay from a private user and I tryed to register and got this error message the the serial number has already been registered. and I was wondering if I can trace who is using my serial number


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I was wondering if I can trace who is using my serial number

 

 

I would say no as the only legal way to go about it would be to ask Native Instruments who made the device and there is no way that they would give out the information, you should contact them though and tell them what has happened and the same with the person from whom you bought the gadget from (it may have been them that registered the device.

 

Native Instruments/MASCHINE MIKRO Customer Support


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Only the vendor (not 100% ) knows who is currently use the key through bundled email or payment information. You can submit a ticket to help you regain access to the key.


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I don't think you can trace now.


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