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Old 05-25-2010, 04:17 AM
ianlcc ianlcc is offline
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Default How to use the multikey in the WIN 7

hi , first my english is not good , so excuse please.
before I have use the vusbbus for XP, it's ok and working.
but recently my computer's OS change the WIN 7, the vusbbus can't use in the WIN 7, so i find the newest version multikey(, but i don't know how to take the original vusbbus to the multikey for use .can anyone teach me please?
thank you very much
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Old 05-25-2010, 04:35 AM
robin1044 robin1044 is offline
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There are too many articles about using Multikey in Win7 here,
Just search ....
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Old 11-14-2010, 09:25 AM
heibaiyuedui heibaiyuedui is offline
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How to emulate SuperPRO dongle in 64 bit Windows using MultiKey ( Windows 7 64bit, Vista 64bit, XP 64bit)
You also need access to a 32 bit OS.
If you are using Windows 7 64bit or Windows Vista 64bit, you need to disable driver signing with "Driver Signature Enforcement Overrider" tool (included also in Program package download below or you can download it from original site Download Page. Use this Tool to sign the multikey.sys driver file after installing MultiKey x64, the file is located in C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\multikey.sys
If you don't sign the file, windows wont let you install the driver unsigned. Also with this tool you need to activate Test Mode for Windows.
Programs needed:
- SENTEMUL2007 (if you only have a *.dng dump file)
- MultiKeyEmu x64 v. (with x64 devcon.exe)
- Git's tool dmp2mkey v 2.3 (dmp2mkey.exe)
- PVA v 3.3 (sprodmp.exe)

Where to get all the programs at once (the files are clean, sentemul2007 replaced with original EDGE-FIXED release):

1. Get the *.dmp dump file from your dongle:
a) if you already have a *.dng dump file:In 32 bit OS emulate your dongle (start "Sentemul2007.exe" --> install driver --> load dump.dng --> start service)
b) if you have a dongle, move to 2.

2. Still in 32 bit OS, use PVA sprodmp.exe without brute WP option to dump the (emulated) dongle data – you should get a *.dmp file.

3. Still in 32 bit OS, execute Git's Tool "dmp2mkey.exe" Use to make a *.reg file. Make sure the path is correct, looks like this:
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4. Now move to your 64 bit system, there install the .reg file (by doubleclick on it and select “to reg” or right click on it and "Merge"). Then in regedit should look something like this:

5. Download and install the latest Sentinel Drivers.

5. Make a new folder, example "C:\MultiKey"

6. Copy the files from MultiKey64 folder (MultiKeyEmu) to the "C:\MultiKey\" folder. (in this attached archive the devcon.exe has already been replaced to match the x64 architecture.)

7. In Multikey folder execute "install.cmd". You should get a message in dos window: " Driver Installed Sucessfully." If you get "devcon failed" error, use another devcon.exe (overwrite the old one in MultiKey folder) that matches your PC architecture (amd64, ia64). And if everithing worked out fine you should now see a notification about a new hardware being installed.

All done! Check in the Device Manager under Universal Serial Bus Controllers, there you should see a SafeNet USB SuperPro/UltraPro installed.

Last edited by heibaiyuedui : 02-23-2011 at 09:08 AM.
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Old 09-01-2011, 02:23 PM
phonephreak phonephreak is offline
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Unhappy multi in win7 not working

dears, i can not install multikey in my win7.
when i press install.cmd, cmd window appears, and "press any to continue" message appears, but nothing happens later. there is no msg like driver installation succeded.
i have performed the step by step procedure but nothing worked.
i signed the multikey.sys driver with "dseo13b" utility. in win test mode.
my OS is win7 x64 bit, but to be on the safe side ive tried MK 18.2.4 x64 with 64 bit devcon and 32 bit also. nothing worked.
also i tried MK 18.2.3 with 32 and 64 bit devcon one by one, nothing worked.
checked the Device Manager Universal Serial Bus controllers, i could not see SafeNet USB SuperPro / UltraPro equipment.

can any one clarify why i cannot see any prompt related to driver succeeded?.

Last edited by phonephreak : 09-01-2011 at 02:31 PM.
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Old 09-01-2011, 02:56 PM
pivasik pivasik is offline
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You just do something wrong. Or need extra license for x64 multikey.
Want something for free - do it by yourself!
Have a problem - ask Google before post.
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Old 09-20-2011, 10:23 PM
Aaron Aaron is offline
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Having already encountered this problem and from what I observed :

- First make sure that u :

* Are in Test mode or Run Dseo13b and enable the test mode

* The latest Sentinel drivers are installed

- Next run Windows in Safe Mode

- Deletes manually the file Multikey.sys :


- Restart (u should be in test mode again)

- Go in Multikey64 directory and lunch "remove.cmd"
(u should see "no device removed")

- Lunch "install.cmd" : after a few moments, drivers install is ok (u have to see the virtual USB device in device manager)

- Sign the file (Multikey.sys) with Dseo13b

- Restart in test mode (or not i dont remember if it changes something)

- Now lunch ure "dump.reg" file

* it is not necessary to restart at this point

- Finally go to the Multikey64 directory and lunch "restart.cmd"

- After a few moments, u have to see the SafeNet USB SuperPro installed
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Old 10-06-2011, 07:39 AM
Marmaras Marmaras is offline
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Default Win 7, it's neccessary to stop the UAC


I think, you haven't set the UAC to disable. That's neccessary to install the multikey driver. (Unsigned, yes or no, a popup from windows is neccessary!)

Then you start windows, you must use F8 and start with the position: Not force signed drivers, so it will work.

Good luck.

Last edited by Marmaras : 10-06-2011 at 08:50 AM.
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:57 PM
daslas daslas is offline
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Hi to all.

I've already wrote into this excellent forum for a question some year ago.

Now I must install the same software (Midas Civil) on a new PC Windows 7 Build 7601, if it can be useful for You. The problem consist s in impossibility of installation of sentinel emulator Multikey on my PC, and this despite I've followed all indications posted in this thread. UAC disabled, dseo used, but nothing, I can't install. May You help me???? I'm full of hope You'll do it. Please help me.
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Old 01-16-2013, 01:00 AM
kjms kjms is offline
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@daslas upload your 73B4.bin file i will help you.
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Old 01-16-2013, 10:45 PM
daslas daslas is offline
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2nd try...

Last edited by Git : 01-17-2013 at 08:14 AM.
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