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Old 08-30-2009, 08:57 PM
Septimus Severus Septimus Severus is offline
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Hi Everyone,

I am very new to dongle emulation and I have searched and read this forum since the last two days to find a solution to my problem.

I made the mistake of installing Sentemul 2007 as a dongle emulator on my system running under Vista 64. Tried to make it work in compatibility mode and with administrator rights with no success (error 1275).

So I tried to load my dump files with Sentemul 2008 x(64) but now I get the Expired License message (contact vip@vipcrack.com and all...).

Unfortunately, I found very limited information on how to renew a Sentemul license. My guess is that this is caused by the previous intallation of the driver with Sentemul 2007. (You're apparently allowed only one installation).

Did anybody found a work around for this situation?

Thanks in advance,

Septimus

Someone pointed out to me that I could still attempt to load the dump files. When I try this, I get Error 577.

If I boot Vista with the Driver Test Signature disabled, I get another message telling me to Upgrade my dongle file.

It is a bit odd considering that I could load theses dump files easily on a XP-32 system with Sentemul2007 only yesterday.

Is it possible to use another dongle emulator with these dump files?

Last edited by Git : 08-31-2009 at 06:34 AM.
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Old 08-31-2009, 06:38 AM
Git Git is offline
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Please don't comment to yourself. If you want to add to your message, please use the Edit button.

Strongly suggest you look at virtual USB emulators such as MultiKey. There are numerous messages on the subject, so Search well and all your questions will be answered. Whichever emulator you use, it MUST be a 64 bit compiled version and you will have to address the driver signing issue on 64 bit Vista or Win7. Windows XP 64 bit is free of signing problems.

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