555Re: What to do when the Ionoprobe registration key does not work
- Dec 27, 2007Hi Mark...
I have had a very simialr problem. I would guess that if you had
previously downloaded and installed a "trial version" , it has left
some sort of "cancellation" or "end of trial" file in the computers
registry. Deleting the program and re-installing it as a new
installation does NOT seem to remove or revise this anti-crack "demo
registration" file, which is time sensitive to the very FIRST install
date on that particular computer.
Just for kicks, try installing it on a machine that you are SURE has
NEVER had DX Atlas or IonoProbe trial versions installed.
Regardless of having a good key, I think that previous "Windows
Resitry" trial bug is the cause. I sent an E-mail to the developer a
long itme ago about this, but never got a reply. I gave up with trying
to get the paid version of IONO Probe to work and went to a different
Note that anyone who may have installed the demo and never got the
chance to use or run it, will NOT be able to EVER get a second demo
download to work, I assume for the same reasons; a registry file that
records the FIRST time you download/installed a demo on that computer.
I am not very computer savvy, so my theory may be laughable..but you
are not alone in experience this problem.
73 es GL
--- In email@example.com, "wd4elg_base" <mlunday@...>
> Well, I got the key from RegSoft. And I entered it into the
> registration box. Everything worked fine.>
> Guess what? 30 days later, it tells me my trial period is over.
> PERIOD? What is going on
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