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moving filmaker to another computer

Question asked by fluffyone on Mar 2, 2009
Latest reply on Mar 3, 2009 by fluffyone


moving filmaker to another computer


Hi group I had a glitch on my pc on Thursday which meant my pc wouldn't boot up!! and had to reinstall windows, I have decided to relocate my filmaker to another desktop but when trying to activate it says I need to deactivate the old copy, This is a problem as whilst the old copy is still on the old computer I can't run it as i have put a fresh copy of windows on and it is asking me to re install filmaker to make it work again, If I reinstall the file maker I am assuming it will write over the previous installation and the register code? I have installed it on a new desktop, but I only have a few days left to activate it, how do I go about deactivation the old copy? 


Regards Fluffyone