Along with that, don't install applications like this on a questionable OS. Meaning, you install the very first application on a stable OS. Or, you do it a lot of times and run out of activations like you have.
I did also point out that at a time when millions of people have two or three computers in their homes, it is disgusting you can only install on one machine and their is nothing on the box to tell consumers this. Consumers should be warning about this limitation just like Symantec and McAfee do right on the outside of the box.
You're being selfish thinking it's not been warned and only notifies you when you've exceeded your limits. It's not on the side of the box, as it should be as with every single piece of software you buy. Can you name one, single application you can install on more than one computer and remain safe from legal action? Really?
"I agree" was clicked each and every time you installed it. I'll be going through the EULA here when it finishes.
Nero8 EULA wrote:
THIS IS A LEGAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU, THE "END USER", AND NERO AG, IM STOECKMAEDLE 13-15, 76307 KARLSBAD, GERMANY.
THIS AGREEMENT IS EFFECTIVE
1. BY OPENING THE SEALED PACKING OF NEROÂ´S SOFTWARE ON THE "EFFECTIVE DATE," YOU ARE AGREEING TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT, PROMPTLY RETURN THE SOFTWARE AND ALL THE ACCOMPANYING ITEMS (INCLUDING WRITTEN MATERIALS AND BINDERS OR OTHER CONTAINERS) TO THE PLACE YOU OBTAINED THEM FOR A FULL REFUND.
2. BY INSTALLING THE DOWNLOADED NERO, YOU ARE AGREEING TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT BY MEANS OF CLICKING THE "ACCEPT" BUTTON ON THE WEBSITE. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT, PROMPTLY UNINSTALL AND DELETE THE SOFTWARE AND ALL THE ACCOMPANYING ITEMS (INCLUDING DOCUMENTATION OR MANUALS) IF THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT COMPRISE AN OFFER BY NERO, THEN YOUR ACCEPTANCE IS EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE TERMS CONTAINED HEREIN.
This Agreement permits you to use one copy of the Software acquired with this license on any single computer ("OEM License"), provided the Software is in use on only one computer at any given time.
Can't argue with that. At a given time, you've installed it on more than you've stated you agreed to.
You then are the soul owner of the responsibility of prooving that you haven't changed anything since the very first install.
It's not shifty, it's open, not on the box, but I can read it right here:
Did you read that when you clicked "OK"...each, and every time you burned out you're 9-lives?
Your EULA is still important to read. Is it still on the drive and postable?