Read this BEFORE you download and install this software.
Keys formatted like “ASDF-QWER-ZXCV-ASDF” will NOT work. That software license server was replaced in July 2019.
Version 6.6 (and beyond) requires a new key formatted like “QWERT-YUIOP-ASDFG-GHJKL-ZXCVB-MNBVC”.
DO NOT attempt this unless you have the new key in this format BEFORE you install.
In most cases, your new key has already been created and emailed to you.
To retrieve your new key, visit the following website to check for your replacement key using the email address associated with your purchase. There is no charge for this.
You will receive the key via email to the email address associated with your purchase. Copy/Paste the key into the registration – making sure there are no blank spaces before or after the key.
Contact us at https://Support.HamRadioDeluxe.com if you are unable to obtain your key.
This download is the same for FULL or TRIAL versions of Ham Radio Deluxe. This download includes all bug fixes to date. The Trial version converts to a Full version when a software activation key is purchased and applied to the software after installation. This enables operators who used the Trial version to maintain the logbook database and other settings after their purchase.
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