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Upgraded Computer Ram now Locked out of P3D 2.5

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I am getting a system clock invalid and license not currently valid, what do I do?

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I am assuming you mean that you upgraded your ram and now you get the clock/license error and cannot run P3d. Are you saying that P3D is giving that error or is it co0ming from the system?

 

It is POSSIBLE that changing the RAM did invalidate your P3D li9cense, in which case you need to get it reset. Contact the licensing department at P3D.

 

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From the P3D FAQ:
 

 

Why can I no longer activate after I have reinstalled Prepar3D, updated software, updated hardware, or installed Prepar3D on a new machine? I am getting error 5013 when trying to install. What do I need to do?

Depending on the license you have, it is likely that you have reached the limited number of activations for your specific license. While the licensing software does recognize that the installs are being done on the same computer, if enough of the computer’s information changes (operating system, external hardware, graphics cards, etc.), it will flag your setup as a different computer. If you need an additional activation, because of a hardware change or you are moving the license to a new computer, please e-mail licensing@prepar3d.com with a very brief explanation of the reason you need your license reactivated, along with your license ID and invoice number, and we will be happy to get you squared away in under two business days.

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I recently reinstalled a disc image (2.5 to v2.4 while all the add-on companies get sorted out) and got the same error. I really didn't think installing an older image would set things off....

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Duh! Disregard,my computer date was 2005. thank you all for the reply's : )

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