Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Keeping The Software Running As It Is After Formatting The Computer

To limit the software installed, or the management of a number of activations allowed for a particular computer, the volume serial number is used for software developers

track where and how often the software is installed. Volume Serial Number is unique and different every time you formatted your hard drive. If you want to restore the image on the hard drive of your computer when it is formatted, you can run into the problem that can not run some programs because they do not identify the former volume series. To get this problem solved, is one of public services, was named the hard disk changer Serial Number that can change the volume serial number in the previous series.

Hard Disk Serial Number Changer is a free and easy to use. You can change the serial number of the desired volume. Before formatting the hard drive, be sure to take note of the serial number of the volume so you can change the volume serial number of the previous message is formatted. If you're not sure where to find the serial number, go to the command line, type dir and press Enter, the serial number of the volume is displayed as follows:

C: \ Documents and Settings \ Administrator> dir

Number of Unit C is OSDisk

Volume Serial Number is 12AF-AABB

When you change the volume serial number, you must restart the computer for the changes to take effect.

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