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Hi!

I understand that you had System Mechanic 7 installed on your computer, but it has since been uninstalled or deleted, correct? Did you have the standard version or the professional version?

Either way, the site to re-download your System Mechanic software is located here:

http://www.iolo.com/customercare/kbarticle.aspx?id=KBA-01366

This site allows you to download any of their programs free of charge. However, you will still need your licensing information to reactivate the software. If you don't know your licensing information and need to find out what it is, go to this website and enter your email:

http://www.iolo.com/customercare/licensinginfo.aspx

If you did not register your email with Iolo or if your computer came with System Mechanic preinstalled, you will need to provide Iolo with some proof of purchase in order to obtain licensing information for your software.

Hope I helped!
~Kiro

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

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