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upivolgair

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Hey guys,

I have a program that i need to use for aproxx 40 days. I can install it on a trial licence, but the trial will only run for 30 days.
I heard that some programs put something in the registry and if you alter that or change it you could use it longer?

Or
Delete the entire program of the Hard Disk and install it again?

Maybe make a backup of the registry be4 I install the software and then after the 30 days trial uninstall the software and import the registry back so all settings stay the same and I can reiinstall the software again?

If anyone has any information about this, I would really like to know.

Thanks guys/girls

Greetz Upivolgair
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Murray S.

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Howdy and welcome to G2G:

Sorry, but I doubt if anyone here is going to help you defeat the time limit expiration on a piece of commercial software..

If you need it, buy it!!

Murray
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Michael

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Formating your hard drive and reinstalling everything works well. I did so because by computer died and there for I got 60 days out of some sotware. useing ther trial on another computer also works. also you could also fine a simerler program that is freeware.

If you do find out how to do it just give me a reply.
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Howdy and welcome to G2G:

Sorry, but I doubt if anyone here is going to help you defeat the time limit expiration on a piece of commercial software..

If you need it, buy it!!

Murray

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couldn't have said it better myself, Murray!

What you are asking us to do is unethical, and illegal. We do not provide that type of help on these forums.
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