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I'm trying to install MYDVD Combo LE on my laptop. I've tried several times and each time I get a messages stating that the free activation period has expired. This is after I have registered and happens when I try to open the program. I've tried opening the program with my internet connection disabled but when I call the number listed to get the activation code, a recording tells met the phone number is not in service.


Any ideas on how I can get this done?



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Generally, OEM [Original Equipment Mfgr] Versions only work with the specific hardware they came with - either computer or burner.


By way of example - my WinXP came with a CD burner and a Nero OEM - and the shop where I bought it had to modify the program so it would also recognize the Combo drive I asked them to install.



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It's a way of telling you to buy the orginal version!!

Never heard of a Combo LE!!



Here's just one example:


Dell XPS M1710

Intel® Core™ Duo processor T2500 (2.00GHz/667Mhz)

Microsoft Windows XP Home Service Pack 2, English (with CD)

17 inch UltraSharp TrueLife Wide-screen WUXGA with Black LCD Cover

2 GB, DDR2-667 SDRAM, 2 DIMM

512MB NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GTX

80GB Hard Drive (7200RPM)

Dell Wireless® 350 Bluetooth Module

Wireless, Minicard, DW1390, Broadcom Corp.

8XDVD+/-RW w/Roxio Creator MyDVD Combo LE, Sonic CinePlayer

3Yr Next Business Day Parts and Labor On-Site Response


Soundblaster Audigy Advanced HD Audio

Corel Photo Album, WordPerfect trial, Quickbooks trial, McAfee, AOL,


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