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I have purchased genuine avanquest system suite 8 pro, due to system problem running software, (mxtask background service) i had to reinstall software. my problem is the registration process will insist the user license is currently being used by someone else. please help.

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Well you can go through registry and try to remove all the avanquest entries. and then reboot and try again.

that can be done by going to start then run and type regedit and hit ok

go to edit and find and type in avanquest and start deleting the keys from there....... you will need to back up the registry first.

now after finished with that go to start and run and type msconfig

go to services tab and remove any service related to avanquest.

reboot the computer and start reinstalling the program

hope that will help

let us know what happened with u

cheers

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

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