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BEZOTEAUX
Registered: January 31, 2005
Posts: 1
Posted:
Hi,

My name is Michel.
I've been using Profiler 2.?? for quite a long time and downloaded version 3.0 at the end of may.

I've decided that I needed this softy and requested a registration key for the full 3.0 features on the 31st. My problem is that I received a registration key which is not working. I believe this might be a registration key for an older version. Anyone got a solution ???

Thanks!
Zwollenaar
Registered: July 7, 2000
Posts: 472
Posted:
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Check the Invelos site.

http://www.invelos.com/Forums.aspx?task=viewtopic&topicID=2&PageNum=1
Zwollenaar
Registered: July 7, 2000
Posts: 472
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Q:How do I upgrade from DVD Profiler 2.5 (or earlier)?
- First, create a backup file from your current DVD Profiler installation by selecting File->Backup Profile Database from DVD Profiler's main menu
- Then, download and install DVD Profiler 3.0 and restore the backup file you created. That's it! Your collection will be fully copied into the "Default" database in DVD Profiler.
*You must use the backup/restore feature to copy your database. Upgrading by installing over 2.5 (or earlier) is not possible.*

Q:What about my premium registration key?
Once you've created your Invelos account, visit the Registration page and select "Update Key".  Enter your current premium registration key and we'll generate a new Unlimited DVD Profiler 3.0 key and assign it to your account.

Q:What about my free registration key?
DVD Profiler 3.0 does not require a free registration key.  Just download, install, and run!
reybr
Lurker
Registered: October 5, 2002
Posts: 488
Posted:
If the invelos website recognizes your key as an unlimited key, but not the program, it might be because you have some accented characters in your name. In that case, open a support ticket on the Invelos site
twsheely
Registered: February 3, 2007
Posts: 6
Posted:
It has been my experience that even though DVD Profiler 3.0 does not require a free registration key, it does limit you to 50 entries in your collection database unless you upgrade to the Unlimited registration.  2.x didn't care...you could have as many as you wanted.  In my case I had 170+ titles in my 2.x database, but 3.0 would only import/restore the first 50.  Anybody else in the same boat and any suggestions (other than upgrade to Unlimited).  Thanks!
Skywatcher
Why am I out of my bed?
Registered: February 7, 2002
Posts: 615
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You can have as many as you want locally (You couldn't in 2.x, the limit was by file size and most people got to it somewhere around 600 DVDs).
In 3.0 you have the 50 DVD limit on the online collection, but the limit in the local collection has disappeared.
With every passing hour our solar system comes forty-three thousand miles closer to globular cluster M13 in the constellation Hercules, and still there are some misfits who continue to insist that there is no such thing as progress.
Lithurge
Registered: January 2, 2002
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Quoting Skywatcher:
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You can have as many as you want locally (You couldn't in 2.x, the limit was by file size and most people got to it somewhere around 600 DVDs).
In 3.0 you have the 50 DVD limit on the online collection, but the limit in the local collection has disappeared.


I'm fairly certain there wasn't a local limit in version 2. It was only an upload limit that depended on how much locked data you had.
Nick

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ya_shin
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Registered: May 29, 2000
Posts: 6,245
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Quoting Lithurge:
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I'm fairly certain there wasn't a local limit in version 2. It was only an upload limit that depended on how much locked data you had.

You remember correctly.

The much rumored upload limit was supposedly 500kB, while nobody knew what that translated to for locked data...
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Skywatcher
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Registered: February 7, 2002
Posts: 615
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Hmmm.. or something like that... 
With every passing hour our solar system comes forty-three thousand miles closer to globular cluster M13 in the constellation Hercules, and still there are some misfits who continue to insist that there is no such thing as progress.
twsheely
Registered: February 3, 2007
Posts: 6
Posted:
Thanks, Skywatcher! I tried the restore again after reading your post, and now I have all my collection back again.  Makes me wonder what I did wrong in the first place.  Thanks, again!
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