Standard and Extended licenses for Windows

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Zawicki
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Re: Standard and Extended licenses for Windows

Post by Zawicki » Fri Dec 15, 2017 3:25 am

Hello I am looking to be added to the list for Extended Life software Key. I currently own several ford and Lincoln cars are trucks to help out.
1. 2016 F150 lariat 3.5tt
2. 2016 F150 King Ranch 3.5tt
3. 2017 expedition El platinum 3.5tt
4. 2017 Lincoln navagator 3.5tt
5. 2017 festa se 1.6t

jule
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Re: Standard and Extended licenses for Windows

Post by jule » Thu Dec 21, 2017 4:07 pm

It's a good team !! great !! :D :D :D :D

k-rub
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Re: Standard and Extended licenses for Windows

Post by k-rub » Sun Dec 24, 2017 11:50 pm

Hi, I am having an issue similar to others. After I generate the trial license and load it into Forscan, the licensing still says standard license. So Im not able to make any changes. Any advice? Thanks

N0XDW
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Re: Standard and Extended licenses for Windows

Post by N0XDW » Mon Dec 25, 2017 9:18 pm

I am also having the same issue. previously i had installed the key and it worked fine, but yesterday when i tried it came up as still standard. i looked in the registry and the key was there. Trying to add a couple keys to a Taurus. I tried both the current and a previous version of the software.

The new version seems to work very well for engine stuff.

Any suggestions would be welcomed

PS i even tried generating a second key just in case the first was corrupted, but no joy there either.

plvcrmn
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Re: Standard and Extended licenses for Windows

Post by plvcrmn » Mon Jan 01, 2018 3:05 pm

i have just got an extended licenses and down loaded it but it is not changing when i look in the forscan about page ,, can anyone help please , thank you

plvcrmn
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Re: Standard and Extended licenses for Windows

Post by plvcrmn » Mon Jan 01, 2018 3:49 pm

N0XDW wrote:I am also having the same issue. previously i had installed the key and it worked fine, but yesterday when i tried it came up as still standard. i looked in the registry and the key was there. Trying to add a couple keys to a Taurus. I tried both the current and a previous version of the software.

The new version seems to work very well for engine stuff.

Any suggestions would be welcomed

PS i even tried generating a second key just in case the first was corrupted, but no joy there either.
hi did you solve the problem

N0XDW
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Re: Standard and Extended licenses for Windows

Post by N0XDW » Mon Jan 01, 2018 3:54 pm

Sadly not yet. It worked without a hitch back in September when i programmed keys for a 2002 Xploder.

Just generated a new one, this time it appears to have loaded. i will have to connect to vehicle and try it again

swany
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Re: Standard and Extended licenses for Windows

Post by swany » Mon Jan 01, 2018 9:23 pm

Hi, this retired guy is having extreme difficulty trying to get Forscan setup on laptop.Im not sure what icons or shortcut Im supposed to have showing on my desktop and what steps in the procedure I need to do everytime I log in eg. just user name and password. I have a 2015 f150 MFT without Nav and don't know if I need extended license for that or not. The Forscan 2.2.4 beta window comes up with one button for copy to clipboard and load license but I don't know which to hit first and what I should see next and how to proceed. I have spent several days trying to figure this out but it is all greek to me. Ordered OBD adapter but didn't know which Nav card to order eg. a4,5,6,7. Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated from this old diesel mechanic.thanks.

plvcrmn
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Re: Standard and Extended licenses for Windows

Post by plvcrmn » Tue Jan 02, 2018 6:09 am

k-rub wrote:Hi, I am having an issue similar to others. After I generate the trial license and load it into Forscan, the licensing still says standard license. So Im not able to make any changes. Any advice? Thanks
hi mate , after many hours of trying to solve this problem i did it ,, my computer time and date was wrong , i put it rite and i new have the extended license ,, hope this helps you too , let me know if it does , cheers

jk21993
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Re: Standard and Extended licenses for Windows

Post by jk21993 » Wed Jan 03, 2018 8:42 pm

hello i would like to join the beta program how do i do it

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