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  1. just a heads up really I was caught out by this after I installed the upgrade Prepar3d sees the upgrade to win 10 as a significant change to a new PC and the activation licence test fails if you have not uninstalled P3d first. The stupid thing is I did not have p3d installed before the update, I was aware of the licence term and did an un-install first. my p3d was added after the win update using the correct licence details and it worked for several days before it failed I contacted LM and to day they sent me confirmation of new licence details but I had no P3d for three days over a weekend ( they don't do licence resets over weekends) their automated E-mail has a link to their faq and a reminder of the need to uninstall on a major hardware change, I laughed out loud when I saw it in my inbox ........! The bottom line : If you decide to upgrade to win 10, you must uninstall P3d first to reset the licence ready to re-activate it on your "new" pc but, as in my case, it's still no guarantee, it might fail anyway requiring new licence details from LM.
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