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  • #3303
    Avatar photo[email protected]
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    I have a new computer and need to load Encore on it with the latest version.
    I have the CD that came with my original order but I was sent a link to
    get the latest updates the last time I got a new computer on 7-12-2014.
    I can’t find the link now. What can I do to get the installation done
    correctly?

    #3313
    Avatar photoMario2
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    I’m a little confused about the version you specified. The last revision for Windows computers was 5.0.4.875.
    Version 5.0.4.858 is a demo version that cannot be activated with a license key.
    What version is the installation from your CD?
    Maybe this thread could you help further:

    Cannot use Encore 5.0.4 reinstalled under Windows 11

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    #3318
    Avatar photoAndre Baeck
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    I couldn’t tell if there was, or was’t, a production version called 858. It could have been in the form of an update.

    Anyway, 875 is more recent (or better, less old).

    #3320
    Avatar photoriojazz
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    Mine is 5.0.3.789

    #3373
    Avatar photo[email protected]
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    I had this version and got it from a tech at gvox. It worked as well as the original version. I had a button that looked like a note and that would smooth the playing along with the Align playback choice ctrl + Alt +J
    I tried to install 5.0.4 on my new computer, but can’t find the update that made all that work. I have lost a lot of features that came with the update.
    Does anyone know how to get that update?

    #3374
    Avatar photoAndre Baeck
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    Hello Robert,

    If your old computer isn’t dead, but just old, you should be able to copy the Encore product folder (in c:/Program Files) to the new one via an external medium. Or find that folder on a backup.

    Such a copy should work, since you already went through the standard installation process with 875.

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