Upgrading From Windows 7 – 8 – 8.1 to Windows 10 With UltraSeps
This potential issue has since been resolved several years ago and should no longer occur. If affected however, see below.
UltraSeps may need to be re-authorized to run if updating your system to Windows 10 from an earlier version of Windows not in the Windows 10 family.
The reason is that UltraSeps sees this as a new system and not a system update and will refuse to run. An error will be generated stating “This Application Configured For Use On Only One Computer.”
Download this small file here containing a new Ticket File and unzip.
Open your C: Drive and look for a folder named UltraSeps and open it.
Now open the folder named QuickLicense.
Copy the small unzipped file downloaded named ultraseps2 to the QuickLicense folder.
Click the Action that says “Unlock UltraSeps Now”.
The Activation Screen with the Request Number will now appear.
Email the Request Number to us and indicate the ultraseps2 ticket has been installed.
If forgetting to tell us you’re using the ultraseps2 ticket file, you will receive an invalid unlock code since we’ll assume its a normal new install.
We’ll then issue a new unlock code within 24 hours or sooner.
Considering this install of UltraSeps might be old, after reauthorizing your system, we highly advise to download and install the licensing updater for Windows here. This will prevent the need for any further authorizations on the installed system if installing a new or different operating system at some later date.