How to Remove Software Registry file from System Registry

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I am using a software that is about to expire.

The 30-day trial period is about to expire.

How can I renew the trial version again?

What are the steps in order to obtain it?

 

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #124969

How to Remove Software Registry file from System Registry

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So first thing is to install Ccleaner and use it to remove the registries and related files.

Open it and install the software.

You can also restart your computer before running the software for the first time as it is sometimes necessary to do so.

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How to Remove Software Registry file from System Registry

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Hello Mali123,

Here are few simple methods which can be used to extend the trial period of a software.

1) Reinstalling  the software/Reset Date and Time
 
The easiest way is to uninstall the software and then re-install it again. Most of the times this will reset the trial version. 
 
The other easiest workaround is to trick with your system date and time. Adjust the system clock of your PC to a previous date after installing the software. The software will continue in normal way, as it uses the system date to compare the trial period. But the limitation of this method is that most modern software have protection against this. You may see the other methods.
 
2) Using a third party uninstaller
 
Trial versions of software usually save their license info in a registry key in the hard drive.
 
And most of this third party uninstallers include registry/file monitor tools in their package to monitor each and every action that has been performed by the installer.
You can try uninstalling the trial software using a third party uninstaller which incase will delete all the registry values a created by the particular trial software. Suggestions are Revo Uninstaller, Glary Utilities and GeekUninstaller. 
 
3) Backing up and restoring registry
 
Before installing the trial software, if you can make certain that software use the Windows Registry to save the license info, you can back up the registry and restore it when the expiration is due.

Refer this for more info


Hope this info will help.
 
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How to Remove Software Registry file from System Registry

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Before you read the solution, I want you to know that modifying registry could be unhealthy to your computer system if not done properly.

So you really want to know, hmm..? OK..!
1. Reach to the registry file .reg by taking the following path for Window OS.
START Menu > RUN > Type regedit > Hit OK
2. This should open the Registry editor window.
3. Open the Find dialog box from the Edit Menu by keeping all the options checked except "Match whole string only"
4. Now enter the name of the program you want to remove e.g. Tally
5. This will display the information related to the search
6. Right click on the record searched and click on delete.
7. You will have to restart the system after you are done with the modifications.
8. Now re-install the software
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How to Remove Software Registry file from System Registry

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To solve your problem you need to uninstall the software from the computer.

Change your date and time setting before installing the software again. Now download and install your free trial software.

When you start the program first time, the Windows registry will load a “Free Trial Key”.

That will show you the expiry date of your software.

Another solution is that, if your trial period has already expired. Then go to “Registry Editor” in Windows, by typing “regedit” in the run window. Find the trial key and delete it from window registry. Now download and install the program again.

That will start a new “free trial period” again.

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How to Remove Software Registry file from System Registry

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If your trial period has ended.You do something that You may still activate SW 1.

Provided you have purchased the software from the asphalt institute.Then see the Guide for step by step instructions or flow the instructions activating SW 1.If SW 1 reverts to the trial version mode you can re-activate the software by entering your activation code when prompted on the Activation screen.

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