wildfire password

I have downloaded proengineer wildfire from shareaza but can't seem to get
it to work. When I install it with the license included it tells me my
license has expired. If I change the date on my computer the program then
asks me for a password. Apparently the license is locked. Is there anyway of
unlocking it?
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J
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: "J" wrote : I have downloaded proengineer wildfire from shareaza but can't seem to get : it to work. When I install it with the license included it tells me my : license has expired. If I change the date on my computer the program then : asks me for a password. Apparently the license is locked. Is there anyway of : unlocking it? :
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New Student Edition of WF2 is now available, modestly priced, completely legal, no cracks needed. There's an 'academic use' version for students/faculty ($200) and a 'personal use' version for the rest of us ($300). Plus, if you bought WF, there's an upgrade for half price. It's got everything Foundation Advantage has, plus maybe some extras. The peace of mind alone makes this more attractive than messing with the illegal crap. Plus you get an account with PTC and access to a lot of online goodies. If you're interested in the pirated stuff for learning the software, you're better off with a learning edition. The only thing you can't do with it is trade files with the professional version.
David Janes
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David Janes
More than likely you are getting one of the 60 day trial versions out there. I would suggest that you contact your source that you got the copy from. Certainly the software cracks have their own group message postings, which would be a better place to ask your question.
There are many of us that use and pay good money for the real thing.
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EricM
Yeah here here, go to
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to find an anwser. If you want ProE get the student version, find one or two friends to split the cost and do it right.
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Shaun T

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