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I have a standalone installation of SW 2011 and would like to transfer it over to a new SSD. I do not have the original installation disks and I do not have an active subscription on SolidWorks website. What can I do?

Question asked by Andrew Gordon on Apr 18, 2015
Latest reply on May 1, 2015 by Jared Conway

My situation is this: I have a standalone installation of SolidWorks Professional 2011 SP0.0 and would like to install a new SSD on my computer. Obviously I would like to transfer the SW installation over to the new drive, but I do not have the installation disk or an active subscription. I understand how to "transfer the license" but without the install files on the new hard drive I don't think I would get to that step. I haven't done the switch over to the SSD yet, I am looking for answers to this before I do that.

 

Thanks.

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