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Old 5th July 2009 , 04:41 PM
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Hello.
I've recently purchased a Korg Nanokey keyboard.
I've got a code number to use on the Korg website to download M1 Le software, but to do this I need to type in my computers "License Code".
I don't know what that is, or where to find it.
Can anyone help ?
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Old 5th July 2009 , 05:19 PM
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Is it not going to be the license code for the nanokey?
I've never heard of a computer having a license code to enter for things like this, logistically it seems unlikely.
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Is it not going to be the license code for the nanokey?
I've never heard of a computer having a license code to enter for things like this, logistically it seems unlikely.

Hi mate.
In the instructions it refers to the nanokey code as the "Authorization Code", then it says,"In the "Licence Code" field of the "License Authorization" screen, type the "Licence Code" which has been issued for your computer".

It seems to refer to the codes as two seperate things.
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Yeah I'm thinking it's one and the same thing too. Try it. What's the worst that can happen!
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Knowing Korg? The world could end.

Actually I don't know why I said that, I've never had any issues with Korg- the Legacy Collection maybe the most simple lot of software I've installed.
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The license code is issued to your after you register the activation key on the Korg website. I found this info after doing a simple Google search. Check the instructions on the Korg User website here:

http://www.korguser.net/m1le/
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The license code is issued to your after you register the activation key on the Korg website. I found this info after doing a simple Google search. Check the instructions on the Korg User website here:

http://www.korguser.net/m1le/

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