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CPU change - how to save activations?


Gloom Demon
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Hello!

 

I am planning to get a new CPU today and I was wondering if anyone can explain to me what should I do so that I do not loose any unnecessary activations.

 

I remember there was a point count for changing computer parts, when they summed up to a certain amount an new activation was required - is this the case with changing the CPU?

 

Thank You!

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Yes, there is an activation guide on /program files/eagle dynamics/dcs world/doc .. there you can check how many points does the cpu change entails.

 

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A CPU change definitely requires an activation change.

I believe that you can de-activate with your existing first.

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