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    Licence keys and 64bit version

    Just a quickie question.

    Im using LW x86 and would like to consider switching to the x64 version.

    I notice I am able to download the 32 and 64 bit versions from my download area. Does this mean I can run either of them with my current licence key/dongle or do I have to get another licence key (or purchase it?) ?

    How does it work ?

    Thanks
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    Buying a copy of LightWave entitles you to use it on Macintosh, Windows-32 or -64. You just need to register for a new license.key for each platform you use it on at your account:

    1. Login to the Registration system at http://register.newtek.com;
    2. Go to My Products;
    3. Copy the serial number from there;
    4. Go back to My Home and register a new LightWave 3D;
    5. Paste the serial number you copied and you will be presented with a page where the licence you already registered is filled in, but there are empty cases for the other two platforms. Make sure you verify that the dongle number is correct for the platform you are registering.

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    Great thanks !
    Now I can capitalise on my 4Gb RAM
    F1Racer
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