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Extension of evaluation period

Dear Sirs
Some months ago I have already downloaded the evaluation version of your XE Composer, but in that version there were a bug (also signalled in the knownledge base (Quickwin program freezes on Windows 7 x64) which prevented me to buy the product. I it is now told in the knowledge base that that bug was removed in version 12.1, but at the moment I cannot test this new release as the system tells me that my evaluation period has expired. Is it possible to be allowed for an extra evaluation period just to test the 12.1 release? It is impossible for me buying all the needed software (Visual Studio 10 + XE composer) if I'm not sure that my programs can run with them.
Thank you very much.

Il 22/11/2011 15:57, Intel Software Development Products (A002) ha scritto:
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advice you reinstall it.
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I've already resolved this issue offline with the forum poster.Yes, you can reinstall if you want to download the latest package if you obtained an extended evaluation license or a new evaluation license or if the previously installed package is the same as before, then you can just place the new license in the directory /opt/intel/licenses (if Linux) or C:/Program Files (x86)/Common Files/Intel/Licenses folder (if Intel64 arch) and that should work too.
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