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I have the english version and i do not have the protect.exe or any kind of deactivation link. I hame upgrading mobo and CPU so i want to deactivate this.ive looked in the folder and in the start menu.

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nevermind i found it the quick start guide didnt explain enough it just said was in the DCS folder when it was in DCS/BIN/STABLE

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go to the main root dir of your installation inside \bin\stable you will find protect.exe BEWARE: Just incase you fancy updating your Motherboards BIOS deactivate first

 

Hi,

I have the same problem - cannot deactivate because of too many HW changes in between - well the only change was the main processor, which died in between!

 

Please don't tell me that I have to buy an old CPU to deactivate.

This is a very customer unfriendly copy-protection!!

 

For example in Alcohol 120 you could deactivate always by logging in your web account and enable your new HW hash disabling the old one.

So at any given point in time only one license is could be active.

 

PLEASE HELP!

 

Regards Gunhawk

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