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Just wiped my whole hard drive after a crash, and am trying to re-install everything from backup. Got the system up and running (Mac OS 10.2.1), but am trying to install Retrospect 5. Everything is fine during install and upgrade, but when I try and run the program, the OK button remains greyed out after adding the serial. This worked before the re-installation of the system.




Tried steeing the date backwards and running the preview (which has now expired), and got the same problem.




Is this a known problem, or have I messed up somewhere? tried logging in as root, but that did nothing.




At a push, I could go back into 4.3 on OS 9. Would that allow me to restore from my backup archives?









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There shouldn't be any problems with this type of action under 10.2, assuming you're entering a valid code.




Make sure that you're typing something in each field. Also, be sure you're entering your 16 digit 5.0 alpha-numeric license code, and not a 4.3 code, or your registration number.




If you'd like to confirm you're entering in a valid code, give Customer Service a call at 888.777.5664.

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I have similar problem. Yesterday I got the full Retrospect 5.0 (Mac) license code by email after sending in my old code+upgrade code. The license code works in MacOS 9 but fails in OSX.

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