[WT-support] v4.x and Win 7 ( Pro)
stefan at fam-pfeiffer.de
Thu Jan 21 12:31:05 CET 2010
That should be easy, given you already have bought v4.x or got a free update
from v3.x when they switched major versions. Download
http://download.win-test.com/v4/bin/wt-4.4.0.exe , your browser will ask for
a username and passwort. The username should be your callsign, and the
password was given to you by mail when you bought your wintest-license.
After installing the downloaded file, you fire it up and go to the help
/register.. menu. Note the computer code given there. Now go to
http://www.win-test.com/rubrique.php3?id_rubrique=1870 and enter your
customer number (also given to you when buying the wintest license), your
callsign and the previously noted computer code. You will get an email
immediately after that containing your registration key that you enter in
the very same dialog that showed your computer code in wintest. Confirm the
dialog, and you are set...
vy 73 es 55 de Stefan, DL1ELY
2010/1/21 Clive Whelan <clive.whelan at btinternet.com>
> Hi Stefan
> Thanks that's good news!
> The new machine doesn't even have a parallel port! I do use USB control via
> the MK2R+ so that sounds OK. Now I need someone to tell me how to install
> the app. on a new machine as I'm sure the old registration code won't work :-(
> On 21/01/2010 10:53, Stefan Pfeiffer wrote:
> Hi Clive,
> from the technical side, v4.x will work on Win 7 flawlessly, i use it
> myself on my 64-Bit desktop machine without any special arrangements. But i
> have to admit i use it as a log viewer there only, i do not know what has to
> be done to get it to work with serial or parallel ports, that is quite a
> different story. When you are using a "modern" USB-device like a MicroKeyer,
> it should work all OK.
> Vy 73 es 55 de Stefan, DL1ELY
> 2010/1/21 Clive Whelan <clive.whelan at btinternet.com>
>> Please excuse me if this is a PDQ, but I've been away a while.
>> I don't use WT on a regular basis as it doesn't really suit me, but it
>> sits on my computer if I need/want to use it. I've just set up a new
>> quad core machine with Windows 7 Pro. Most 32 bit apps. run OK, and
>> those that don't can be pressed into service using XP emulation. I don't
>> want to waste any more time than I have to, so my question is, will v4.x
>> run in 64 bit mode, and either way, what do I need to do to install my
>> existing copy on the new machine?
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