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About StupidButCunning

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  1. Thanks to both of you, I took care of it the first way mentioned but now I know the second way for future reference. Appreciate it.
  2. Btw, By this I mean that out of all of my friend's systems, there are some keys active on 2 at a time and I didn't want them to randomly fail at updating so I figured I should replace it with the codes that somehow got unused. Still not sure how they got on two systems at once but he's the one that set them up.
  3. I was looking through the system and found that some systems are using the same key. Is that supposed to work like that? Should I even bother fixing it? And if I should fix it, how do I do that? Do I have to do a complete uninstall and reinstall to put a fresh License key in? Many Thanks, Derek
  4. Thank you very much! =) I've never had a need to access MalwareBytes customer service but let me say it's clear why they are on the top of the market.
  5. A friend of mine bought MalwareBytes for multiple systems after I recommended it to him. Two of his computers got burned out in a storm, and he wanted to reinstall MalwareBytes. He got new systems and wanted to use the codes that were being used on the fried systems. He asked me how to check which Codes were active on his other systems that way he could just use the others. I told him I didn't know if it was possible but I'd check into it, so is there anyway to check what the code is in use so he can fix this?
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