AccuRender nXt

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Hi Rich and Roy, I think i will need to format my hard disk from my PC, When I reinstall NXt how I do to use my license? I d'ont want to use my seond license numbre bcase i will install this license later on my laptop. Thanks in addvance.   Alejandro

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Is it a (new) Render Plus licenses or a legacy McNeel license?

Hi Roy, is a  render Plus license

Thanks-- I'll get Rich to chime in here.

If you are renaming your computer when you format the drive, use the Replace Unused Computer on the RPS License dialog to remove the old computer name from our database and authorize nXtRender with the new computer name.

Otherwise, just open the RPS License dialog and enter your license number and click on Check License and Validate.

If you have any problem, use the "Report Problem..." button to send us an email to make the switch here, and send you a new authcode.

Thanks Rich.

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