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I have a Mac G5 using Quark 7 on OS10.4 My hard drive failed and I put in a new one. My Quark had only 2 installs allowed. Both install were made on 2 different computers. Can I reinstall my Quark on my computer with the new hard drive?

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You should be able to if you are using quark license administrator as QLA uses the ethernet address commonly known as the MAC address and this is hard wired on the computer and not the hard drive to verify the license.

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