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Failed to note my registration number
John Egger
John Egger
Posted 2014-01-22 13:59
Late last night, struggling with a system I never did get working, I bought a new version of Crossover Office hoping that would work --- it didn't. I saved the download as a .deb and successfully installed it on another distribution this morning... but apparently never saved my certificate or registration number, whatever it's called. Hope I can get it within the 15-day trial period! Any suggestions?

(I'll describe my problems elsewhere --- it's a Ubuntu 13.10 issue that seems to be pretty well known... I'm back on 13.04 now.)
Josh DuBois
Josh DuBois  Staff Member
Posted 2014-01-22 14:04
When CrossOver asks you for your registration information it will give you the oppotrunity to enter a username and password.  Use the same username / password combination you used to create your account on (when you purchased).  

If you have forgotten your account credentials, our web-site has a mechanism for re-setting your password.  If you are not able to succeed with that, you can always email '' for help.
John Egger
John Egger
Posted 2014-01-22 14:26
Thanks, Josh... I had even entered an incorrect, non-operational, email address last night. Anyway, I repaired it and then successfully registered using the corrected email address and the luckily-remembered password.

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