Posted: May 28, 2012, 01:46:28 AM Post subject: Activation problems
I buy the license few days ago, and spend many hours trying to activate the driver. With no success!
I do everything by your instruction, but on Step 5...
when i push button "+" (the red one) in activation web-page (.../ACEN/corders.aspx) - nothing happend. I dont see the window for intering Site ID and Machine ID. After few minutes of wating the internet explorer show me error massage like "...not responding..."
In driver control center i can see this values (i meen MachineID and SiteID, when i run dinamic test)...
Support does not answer my question...
I pay money for the product. So where the product??? It looks like criminal...
Joined: 01 Aug 2009 Posts: 1217 Location: Bordeaux, France
Posted: May 28, 2012, 10:11:40 AM Post subject:
If you are using a nvidia graphic card, disale D3D10/11 into iZ3D control center.
when you're in the activation website, disable iZ3d driver, there is some issue with lasts firefox/internet explorer so that sometimes the drivers inject into flash player for exemple. An it makes the internet navigator freezing.
I try activation (using website) also with disabled iZ3d driver (i mean, that control center is not run, nothing in quick notification panel). Also i try to use Google chrome. All with no success...
When i push "back" button in IE, i return back by one step, and everything ok. I can switch between "orders" and "account" links and so on... When i push "licence" i see additional string with "+" button, but when i push "+" button, IE does not respond and after few seconds crash with error "Internet Explorer can not display the webpage".
Won't be easy, as the customer support has become quite unavailable. One last thing: Did you try to open the registration page on another computer? And did anyone else have this problem? _________________ Phenom II 955 BE (3,2 Ghz), PowerColor HD 5770, OCZ 4 GB DDR3 RAM, Zalman ZM-M220W
Posted: August 09, 2012, 04:02:05 AM Post subject:
Well... I would help you finding the correct Registry Key and the file you need to delete, but I won't "officially" post a solution over here... whether it's legal or not. _________________ So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you (Matthew 7:12a)