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When you download a program that allows you a trial for 30 days etc. why can you not uninstall it and download it again. I obviously know why those who offer it only want to to try it out but what does it detect on a pc that tells it this has already been downloaded and used as a trial.

Is there any way to fool it into thinking this is the first time you have used it so you can try it out againHuh
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The trial program leaves a "stamp" for want of a better word to prevent it being re trialled.

It makes sense, otherwise everyone would simply extend the trial.

There are ways and means to get round this, but I aint going there.
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i don't know if you know much about the registery but sometimes once i have uninstalled the trial ware i go thou my registry and delete the entries made by the trial software about 40% of the time i find this is enough to get the trial started again.

beware !!! deleting random registry keys will cause damage to windows :twisted: