Group: Super Administrators
Joined: Aug. 2002
||Posted: Dec. 26 2002,22:43
This might happen in a few situations, e.g.:
* The program is run from different user accounts on the same computer, without installing it separately on all these accounts.
* The computer clock has been set back since the last execution.
* Your computer hardware configuration has been altered (e.g. a new graphics card has been installed).
* Certain data in the Windows registry has been damaged/removed, e.g. by some "registry cleaning" tool.
I'm very sorry about this, but making it safer from cracking causes it to be a little too paranoid in some situations.
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