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It sounds like a license malfunction. If it was a legitimate purchase(and it sounds like it was) you should contact the seller to receive support for the license issue. This would be the most painless way to solve it.
Most sellers offer free tech support for their products if they don't they may direct you to the maker who could also easily help. So you should be fine there.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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