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Hello - Dumb question here: I had an inadvertent termination and uninstall of P3d last week, and due my concern that I had not properly deactivated my license, I contacted LM a few days ago for a deactivation. The reason I did this is because I am working a ton of hours (tax season) and wanted to get the ball rolling so that I was in good shape once i reinstalled P3d. It ends up that I had time for a reinstall over the weekend, and successfully activated P3d (perhaps the deactivation wasnt necessary). I also got several other programs (UTX, FTX Global, and several others) installed and it took a few hours to do so. This morning I received an email from LM that my license was now deactivated so that I can reinstall. Since I am not going to be anywhere near my computer for a while, I am concerned that this will mess up my install. Will it be as simple as just reactivating when I boot up P3d or will this cause problems? I apologize if my question is not clear.

 

Cheers, Pete

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I trimmed your post for clarity...

 

I had an ... uninstall of P3d last week, and due my concern that I had not properly deactivated my license, I contacted LM a few days ago for a deactivation. ... I ... wanted to get the ball rolling so that I was in good shape once i reinstalled P3d. ... I had time for a reinstall over the weekend, and successfully activated P3d ... This morning I received an email from LM that my license was now deactivated so that I can reinstall... I am concerned that this will mess up my install. Will it be as simple as just reactivating when I boot up P3d or will this cause problems?

 

You should be able to just reactivate it.

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I trimmed your post for clarity...

 

 

You should be able to just reactivate it.

Thanks and thanks!

 

Cheers, Pete 

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