[NTLK] Which, if any, of this software ties the license to the Newton ID?
woodysmith at me.com
Tue Nov 26 21:00:00 EST 2019
I purchased More info for my first 2000 and used on eMate and subsequent 2x00s that had same user name without needing to buy new pass key. I think if owner has key or a backup it shouldn’t be a problem
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> On Nov 26, 2019, at 2:46 PM, Dan <dan at dbdigitalweb.com> wrote:
> Hi Frank,
> Like mentioned Dash Board is now free, but Silverware's stuff DOES use Newton ID if I'm not mistaken. I would contact them, I am guessing but I bet he would provide a new key if he can find the purchase in his database.
>> On 11/26/2019 12:22 PM, NewtonTalk wrote:
>> Hi folks, I've recently tried to resurrect Christian's Lady Newt, but so far without
>> success. So I'm thinking of simply replacing the main logic board in order
>> to revive her.
>> Christian mostly needs the following software:
>> 1. Dash Board by Five Speed Software 2. MoreInfo, At-A-Glance, and Quiet by Silverware 3. Unlimited Folders by Silverware 4. Unlimited To-Dos by Silverware 5. AffiliatePlus by Silverware 6. FlightRecorder by Silverware
>> If I were to simply replace the main logic board, it might happen that some
>> of this software can't be installed or registered because some developers
>> tied the registration to the Newton's ID back then, which is unique for
>> every board. I guess I could transplant the chip where the Newton ID lives
>> in, but I'd rather not do this unless it's really necessary. Does anybody know off the top of his head know if software mentioned in the
>> list above uses the Newton ID for registering? I admit I could find that out
>> on my own by trying to install it on one of my spare Newtons, but I'm
>> currently drowning in my tax declaration. Would be easier and faster (well,
>> at least for me...) if one of you could chime in and let me know if this
>> transplant will be necessary.
>> Thanks a lot, as usual
>> -- Newton software and hardware at http://www.pda-soft.de
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