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Title: activation code
Post by: neville redding on December 10, 2018, 05:48:15 PM
So I bought a new computer, and i am in trouble . I have downloaded Turbo Cad 21  64 bit.and now require an activation code.
i am afraid I have acted like my age 87. my son did all this before he  died and I am trying to continue.I could hear my son, time to update the computer. So will you please  advise me Neville Redding. (A lady Tonia Velasco has been trying to help me but I think have messed that.
Title: Re: activation code
Post by: Torfinn on December 10, 2018, 06:47:09 PM
You will need both serialnumber and activation code if you install TC on a new machine, else you have problem.
Maybe your old and new pc is a desk model, then you can easily take the hdd from the old one and place in your new pc.
When you did buy TC you get the code's by e-mail or on a disk, so you should try search for that.

Torfinn
Title: Re: activation code
Post by: Jeffin90620 on December 17, 2018, 04:28:25 PM
So I bought a new computer, and i am in trouble . I have downloaded Turbo Cad 21  64 bit.and now require an activation code.

In the hopes that you never delete old emails, check them for one from IMSI (mine was from websales@imsidesign.com).  In GMail, I just had to search for "imsidesign.com activation" and found it in short order.


Jeff
Title: old Material
Post by: neville redding on January 06, 2019, 11:10:25 PM
I have Cad working on my new computer now. Can you please tell  me how I can transfer my material from the old  computer to the new one..I am using windows 10 and using Turbo Cad 21.Thanking you  and a Happy New Year Neville Redding









 
Title: Re: activation code
Post by: Jeffin90620 on January 06, 2019, 11:22:04 PM
Connect both computers to the same network.  With a file manager such as Windows Explorer, find the folders that contain the files you want to transfer and right-click.  Choose 'Share' to set permissions, then use Explorer on the new computer to pull the files (or folders) over.

Alternatively, get a flash drive with USB 3.0 and lots of storage to copy them.


Jeff
Title: copy material
Post by: neville redding on January 22, 2019, 02:59:08 PM
Thank you for your assistance NJR