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I Had installed lipikaar 9 it worked fine for 3 days as its trail version, its expired. I uninstalled, deleted cache, cookies, lipi install forder, prefetch, temp files and also lipikaar log. After rebooting trying to reinstall lipikaar but ti say the your system has exceeded the trail period. Please assist me as its very urgent.. plsss

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For any installation/activation related queries, please contact the Lipikaar team at
You cannot use Lipikaar beyond the trial period without activation.

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