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Old   February 23, 2004, 18:47
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I'm trying renew the license on my machine. the license has lapsed since 2002 but i have recieved the new license. however whne i try to run fluent i get the following error message

'feature removed during lmreread, or wrong sever line hostid.'

The software and sever are on the same pc - a normal desktop pc. The computer used to be connected to the internet but is not now. I recieved a registry fix for another computer a while back so that i could use the software without being connected to the internet. I assume this same fix will work for every computer???

I have followed the fluent instrutions without sucess, can anyone tell me where I'm going wrong???

Regards, Eric
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Old   February 24, 2004, 04:08
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Do you have the right server settings in your licence file? Check your old licence file and a new one. Sometimes there are 4 lines that define server settings and have to be replaced (must be the same as in your old licence).

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