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Reoccuring problem installing NFS wizards license
« on: March 21, 2013, 11:23:47 AM »
Dear Members:

In 03/2013 I purchased Mach3 along with the NFS wisards license.  Mach3 works without issue. FYI, I am running a Windows7 seven computer.

I repeatedly receive "unlicensed file" message when I attempt to save and run some of the wizards leading me to believe that my license was not properly installed.........

Would somebody lead me on a path to properly installing the NFS's.  Thank you.


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Re: Reoccuring problem installing NFS wizards license
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2013, 11:33:41 AM »
The file is called WizLic.dat and needs to be placed in the folder you have Mach3 installed to.
If you still cant get it working then contact Scott and see if he can help as maybe your licence is corrupt. license@machsupport.com

Re: Reoccuring problem installing NFS wizards license
« Reply #2 on: March 21, 2013, 12:21:11 PM »
I had a problem with the license with NFS Mill Wizard not installing on my Dell 8400 XP pro. Sometimes it would recognize the license and sometimes not. Turned out to be the Netgear 150 wireless adapter plugged into the USB port that was causing the problem. NSF wizard uses the ethernet MAC address to determine the pc ID# for the license. If the Netgear wireless adapter is disabled it locks out the MAC ethernet address. It might be part of the Netgear security scheme. Enabling the wireless adapter NFS wizard license would load without issue. I forward this info to Scott at NFS and they are checking why this happens. I'm not familar with Windows 7 but would check  the ethernet setup MAC address to see if there is a conflict. I left the wireless adapter enabled... it doesn't seem to cause problems with Mach 3 or Mill Wizard.