I was running SAI and WC-NAW on our Win XP desktop and our Win 7 laptop. The desktop died in Nov 2013. We recently got a new one, a Win 7 machine. I assume I only had 2 licenses for SAI and WC-NAW, so I would like to unlicense both games from our Win 7 laptop and put both games onto our Win 7 desktop.
I've tried right-clicking the shortcut and adding " -unlicense" in the "target" field, but it does not seem to work.
Could someone explain the unlicensing process in simple terms, please? Thanks!
Sorry for creating a new thread, but I could not find any unlicensing info when I did a forum search.
Not sure that I understand the problem here. You should have received an Install Code with SAI that allows for multiple installations across multiple platforms. I do not actually recall any limits placed on where and how many SAI installations you may have and I have used my Install Code to place SAI on my wife's laptop for a time.
Suggest that you install the game on your new machine, input the Installation Code when required and see what happens. I suspect that you should not have any issues.
Thanks and please advise if this does not work for you.
Post by williammiller on Aug 3, 2014 9:56:27 GMT -5
The installer for SAI does not require any 'un-licensing'. You can install SAI on another computer that you own if you wish; we do not use restrictive (and sometimes cumbersome) DRM on our products, we grant users the right to install our games on any computers they own. The serial code entry requirement is simply a minimal security check, and also helps us track how many copies of each game have been sold.