Any Dvd Transferring to new hard drive

Have installed Windows 7 and to be fair its very smooth and fast
after a few initial problems with funilly enough Microsoft Drivers it is
running lovely.

The problem that i have is installing any dvd which i bought years ago
i kept the red fox registration but all it seems to want to do is open
my documents folder.

Does anyone know how to activate it when you reinstall it?

[QUOTE=damman;2204435]Have installed Windows 7 and to be fair its very smooth and fast
after a few initial problems with funilly enough Microsoft Drivers it is
running lovely.

The problem that i have is installing any dvd which i bought years ago
i kept the red fox registration but all it seems to want to do is open
my documents folder.

Does anyone know how to activate it when you reinstall it?[/QUOTE]

How did you install win7?? Did you do a complete wipe and fresh install or just installed over current windows?? Also you don’t mention what version of Anydvd you have to figure out what is happening.

The version of AnyDvd is 6518 its on automatic download so i always get the latest version as soon as its available.
When i installed Windows 7 it was a clean install onto my second Hard Drive

Everything is running fine except anydvd which is registering 21 day trial.

Any idea’s whats up.

[quote=damman;2204718]The version of AnyDvd is 6518 its on automatic download so i always get the latest version as soon as its available.
When i installed Windows 7 it was a clean install onto my second Hard Drive

Everything is running fine except anydvd which is registering 21 day trial.

Any idea’s whats up.[/quote] You have to use the key file you got when you bought the program.