How To Reauthorize UltraSeps On Your System UltraSeps will need to be reauthorized if upgrading your operating system, migrating to a new hard disk, adding RAM or a new Video Card, etc. The reason is that our copy protection may see this as a new computer itself, and not a normal system update. This can also occur if the end user accidentally deletes or overwrites vital files required by UltraSeps.
Download this small file here containing a new Ticket File and unzip.
On Windows, open your C: Drive and look for a folder named UltraSeps and open it.
On Macintosh, open the Macintosh HD 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".
When the Try-Buy-Unlock-Quit box appears, click the button that will say either
Unlock or Authorize.
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. If requested between 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM New York time, you'll receive the unlock code the same day.