awendel posted on May 15, 2012 8:20:43 AM - Report post
Is it possible to get an offline key on one computer and then transfer it to another one? My internet connection at home has been down for a few days so I cannot get a key for the computer with my games on it. Can I generate a key on my computer here at work and then use it on my home computer?
Rick Sanchez posted on May 15, 2012 8:32:04 AM - Report post
I would have to say no. Because every key created is unique to each pc. But what you can do is generate the key(on your home pc) and paste it in a text file and copy the file to an usb stick and with that at work u can paste the code there and get the key for your home pc.
[Edited by rayman2550, 5/15/2012 8:33:13 AM]
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You will need to transfer the software that generates keys and then the key itself afterwards to your other computer by USB Key (or some other form) and run it on that computer.
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awendel posted on May 15, 2012 9:18:09 AM - Report post
Thanks guys. Going to give it a shot tonite.
Easy_506th posted on Jul 14, 2013 3:00:32 AM - Report post
Help ch peeps,
Im trying to get the offline key system to work for me. I've extracted the files to the folder where the trainers are located and downloaded the key as per the instructions on the troubleshooter page. I've even tried to use the trainer manager program with the key in the same directory. So far to no avail, im trying to figure out why it still needs to authenticate, even though the key is where the trainer is. Any ideas guys?
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