compman wrote:I mainly posted this in hope that Craig will see it. Nero 18.104.22.168 will not accept my valid LAME key. I have already posted this with a screenshot in another thread, but hopefully the title of this post will attract Craig’s attention. Has anybody else had this problem? The "demo" problem still exists in add/remove programs too. One would think this would be a simple fix.
I would hope someone has assist you already with this issue. I've very sorry for the very late response on this issue from me, but I just couldn't get any free time till now to attend this forum or any other one.
This issue has become a known issue and only affects a small number of customers, and we are not quite sure why yet...but here is the work around...
You must manually enter the lame serial number directly into the registry:
Create a new entry in the registry under:
Right Click on the Info folder Select (New>String Value)
Right click on new string and Rename to “Serial7”
After changing string name, you now must modify the string (Right Click and Select Modify)
Type in your lame mp3 serial number and click OK
Note: If you use any other name than "Nero 7" for the entry the lame serial number will not be recognized by Nero !
PS. The serial key seen in the picture is not valid, nor the full serial key. So the serial key you use will look different of course.