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  1. brufolo

    brufolo Newbie

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    Hello. I cloned my SSD with another larger SSD. I opened my DAW to see if everything was in order but there was a surprise .... Omnisphere asked me for authorization, only him ... there was an error with the challenge code "Error 634A2". Can anyone show me the procedure to restore everything? I had the latest Software update 2.6.3c. I add that I have read many threads about, but none have had this error code
    Thank you.
     
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  3. breadd

    breadd Ultrasonic

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    you just have to repatch it, also make sure all the permissions are set right
     
  4. DJK

    DJK Rock Star

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    run the standalone first and use the keygen
     
  5. audiozuser76

    audiozuser76 Producer

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    "SOLVED"?
    Very Meaningfully & Informative Tittle for the Investigative & Forensic Search in Forum...:deep_facepalm:
     
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  6. 5teezo

    5teezo Audiosexual

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    That's because every disk has a Unique Identifier (UUID) which is different for every drive – even if you clone it.

    So, if you use software which uses UUID as part of a registration then you have to re-autheticate this totally legit software of yours again. ;)
     
  7. Mike Hunt

    Mike Hunt Newbie

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    Which means if he uses a clone as a back up and then copies back to the original drive all will work again.

    I learned that with MacOSX Catalina, the system will only get messed up with some malicious software (asked for password) and once it does Catalina locks the system demanding you re install it again, it wont erase anything but crucial system only files while keeping everything you had including your user system files in a contained drive called (drive name you uses plus DATA), when this happened there first time I was getting errors showing the drive was damages, in fact it was perfectly fine so backed it up everything and re installed the system..voila, everything back including juicy plugs ;)
     
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