Multikey Emulator 64 Bit
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Multikey Emulator 64 Bit
How to use Multikey Emulator 64 bit to run dongle-protected software on Windows 10
Multikey Emulator 64 bit is a software tool that allows you to emulate a USB dongle and run software that requires a hardware key to operate. This can be useful if you have lost or damaged your dongle, or if you want to use the software on multiple computers without having to plug and unplug the dongle every time.
In this article, we will show you how to install and use Multikey Emulator 64 bit on Windows 10. We will assume that you have already obtained a valid license file from the authors of Multikey Emulator 64 bit, and that you have a reg file that contains the information of your dongle.
Step 1: Disable driver signature enforcement
Since Multikey Emulator 64 bit is not digitally signed by Microsoft, you need to disable driver signature enforcement on Windows 10 before installing it. To do this, follow these steps:
Open the Start menu and click on Settings.
Click on Update & Security, then on Recovery.
Under Advanced startup, click on Restart now.
After your PC restarts, choose Troubleshoot, then Advanced options, then Startup Settings.
Click on Restart again.
After your PC restarts again, press F7 to select Disable driver signature enforcement.
Your PC will boot into Windows 10 with driver signature enforcement disabled. You need to repeat this process every time you want to use Multikey Emulator 64 bit.
Step 2: Install Multikey Emulator 64 bit
To install Multikey Emulator 64 bit, follow these steps:
Extract the zip file that contains Multikey Emulator 64 bit and its license file to a folder on your PC.
Right-click on the install.cmd file and choose Run as administrator.
Wait for the installation to complete. You should see a message saying "MultiKey Driver Installed Successfully".
Restart your PC.
After your PC restarts, Multikey Emulator 64 bit should be installed and ready to use.
Step 3: Load your reg file
To load your reg file that contains your dongle information, follow these steps:
Right-click on your reg file and choose Merge.
Click on Yes when prompted by User Account Control.
Click on Yes again when asked if you want to add the information to the registry.
Click on OK when notified that the keys and values have been successfully added to the registry.
Your reg file should be loaded and your dongle should be emulated by Multikey Emulator 64 bit.
Step 4: Run your dongle-protected software
To run your dongle-protected software, follow these steps:
Open your dongle-protected software as usual.
If everything works correctly, you should be able to use the software without any errors or limitations.
Congratulations! You have successfully used Multikey Emulator 64 bit to run your dongle-protected software on Windows 10. 061ffe29dd