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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

can you please provide tips on how I can restore the autocad 2009 trial on my computer because my trial ended?

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3 Responses to “can you please provide tips on how I can restore the autocad 2009 trial on my computer because my trial ended?”
  1. ? says:

    Once the trial version has expired, you can’t use it anymore. It puts a file in the Registry that will not allow the trial version to run anymore. You will not have to purchase the program.

  2. Liquid Xenon says:

    Download Revo Uninstaller, you can download this from http://www.download.com/Revo-Uninstaller/3000-2096_4-10687648.html?tag=lst-5&cdlPid=10854684. Then run the program, and select AutoCad 2009 to be uninstalled, NOT the application files and folder! but only the Registry Entries.! This will remove its registry entries where the trial data is written.

  3. Colanth says:

    Uninstaller programs – to uninstall all traces of a program – must be running when the program is installed. If Autocad creates a registry entry for a program named “lockme”, neither you nor any program will ever find it, unless the installer program was watching it being installed. Many programs use this trick – an entry seeming to have nothing to do with the program – to keep you from just deleting the trial, then reinstalling it.

    So you can’t just download an uninstaller after the trial expires and delete the program, with all programs. Some yes, but i doubt that deleting an Autocad trial will remove the “you can’t run the trial any more” entry from the registry.

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