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Transferring a GD3 EAC license from a dying machine?

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Unfortunately my E6440 I use for CD ripping is having issues with the USB ports, and I have dealt with this before - it doesn’t stabilize and gets worse. I’ve already assessed the cost of replacing the motherboard and it does not make economic sense since even with Covid pricing, I can buy the whole computer without a hard drive for about as much or less depending on the GPU/IGP setup and CPU - less without RAM, but it’s still similar in cost. As it stands, the machine is a total loss. If I replaced the board with frame it’s [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=25675|$220] just to put the cost of repair into perspective.

However, that is the least of my concern - I can replace my Win10 license (and the hardware), but I have a GD3 EAC license (lifetime) and I set it up on the failing machine thinking I finally found one that doesn’t have USB port issues… sadly, it happened.

Is it possible to transfer the GD3 license? If so, how do I do it?

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Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

Transferring a GD3 EAC license from a dying machine?

Texto:

Unfortunately my E6440 I use for CD ripping is having issues with the USB ports, and I have dealt with this before - it doesn’t stabilize and gets worse. I’ve already assessed the cost of replacing the motherboard and it does not make economic sense since even with Covid pricing, I can buy the whole computer without a hard drive for about as much or less depending on the GPU/IGP setup and CPU - less without RAM, but it’s still similar in cost. As it stands, the machine is a total loss. If I replaced the board with frame it’s [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=25675|$220] just to put the cost of repair into perspective.
Unfortunately my E6440 I use for CD ripping is having issues with the USB ports, and I have dealt with this before - it doesn’t stabilize and gets worse. I’ve already assessed the cost of replacing the motherboard and it does not make economic sense since even with Covid pricing, I can buy the whole computer without a hard drive for about as much or less depending on the GPU/IGP setup and CPU - less without RAM, but it’s still similar in cost. As it stands, the machine is a total loss. If I replaced the board with frame it’s [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=25675|$220] just to put the cost of repair into perspective.
 
However, that is the least of my concern - I can replace my Win10 license (and the hardware), but I have a GD3 EAC license (lifetime) and I set it up on the failing machine thinking I finally found one that doesn’t have USB port issues… sadly, it happened.
 
Is it possible to transfer the GD3 license? If so, how do I do it?

dispositivo:

Software

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

Transferring a GD3 EAC license from a dying machine?

Texto:

Unfortunately my E6440 I use for CD ripping is having issues with the USB ports, and I have dealt with this before - it doesn’t stabilize and gets worse. I’ve already assessed the cost of replacing the motherboard and it does not make economic sense since even with Covid pricing, I can buy the whole computer without a hard drive for about as much - less without RAM, but it’s still similar in cost. As it stands, the machine is a total loss. If I replaced the board with frame it’s [link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=25675|$220] just to put the cost of repair into perspective.
 
However, that is the least of my concern - I can replace my Win10 license (and the hardware), but I have a GD3 EAC license (lifetime) and I set it up on the failing machine thinking I finally found one that doesn’t have USB port issues… sadly, it happened.
However, that is the least of my concern - I can replace my Win10 license (and the hardware), but I have a GD3 EAC license (lifetime) and I set it up on the failing machine thinking I finally found one that doesn’t have USB port issues… sadly, it happened.
 
Is it possible to transfer the GD3 license? If so, how do I do it?

dispositivo:

Software

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

Transferring a GD3 EAC license from a dying machine?

Texto:

Unfortunately my E6440 I use for CD ripping is having issues with the USB ports, and I have dealt with this before - it doesn’t stabilize and gets worse, andworse. I’ve already assessed the cost of replacing the motherboard and it does not make economic sense since even with Covid pricing, I can buy the whole computer without a hard drive for about as much - less without RAM, but it’s still similar in cost. As it stands, the machine is a total loss. If I replaced the board with frame it’s [https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=25675|$220link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=25675|$220] just to put the cost of repair into perspective.
Unfortunately my E6440 I use for CD ripping is having issues with the USB ports, and I have dealt with this before - it doesn’t stabilize and gets worse, andworse. I’ve already assessed the cost of replacing the motherboard and it does not make economic sense since even with Covid pricing, I can buy the whole computer without a hard drive for about as much - less without RAM, but it’s still similar in cost. As it stands, the machine is a total loss. If I replaced the board with frame it’s [https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=25675|$220link|https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=25675|$220] just to put the cost of repair into perspective.
 
However, that is the least of my concern - I can replace my Win10 license (and the hardware), but I have a GD3 EAC license and I set it up on the failing machine thinking I finally found one that doesn’t have USB port issues… sadly, it happened.
 
Is it possible to transfer the GD3 license? If so, how do I do it?

dispositivo:

Software

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Nick ,

Título:

Transferring a GD3 EAC license from a dying machine?

Texto:

Unfortunately my E6440 I use for CD ripping is having issues with the USB ports, and I have dealt with this before - it doesn’t stabilize and gets worse, and I’ve already assessed the cost of replacing the motherboard and it does not make economic sense since even with Covid pricing, I can buy the whole computer without a hard drive for about as much - less without RAM, but it’s still similar in cost. As it stands, the machine is a total loss. If I replaced the board with frame it’s [https://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=item&id=25675|$220] just to put the cost of repair into perspective.

However, that is the least of my concern - I can replace my Win10 license (and the hardware), but I have a GD3 EAC license and I set it up on the failing machine thinking I finally found one that doesn’t have USB port issues… sadly, it happened.

Is it possible to transfer the GD3 license? If so, how do I do it?

dispositivo:

Software

Status:

open