Embird Password or Registration FAQ
Basic Steps for Registering or Inserting Password into Embird
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FAQs About Embird Registration.
How do I register Embird?
Your trial version of Embird will run for 30 days or 100 uses, whatever comes sooner. You will then need to purchase registration for the Embird Program from this link if you wish to keep using it. After you order the Embird Registration you will receive an email from the Embird Company with your password. There is no instant download of the password - you need to wait for this email to arrive. It should be within one business day.
Where is my Password?
Once you have ordered your Embird registration from the Secrets website, your order is immediately sent onto the Embird Company. The password for your registration will be sent by email from the Embird company within one business day with full instructions on how to register your new program. Passwords are not available for download.
If you haven't received the password in this time you may have a spam, junk or some other mailbox filter set up that has blocked the password email from Embird from making it into your Inbox. Please check your filtered mailboxes if you have any and also that you can receive files with attachments, and your mail box isn’t blocking them. Sometimes ISPs also block all emails from outside the
It is possible to test whether you can receive email from Embird, and also to check the status of your password delivery at this Embird website: http://www.embird.com/messages.htm Information on this web site is created automatically together with the generation of your password.
I first downloaded Embird from the Embird site, can I now register from Secrets Website?
We are an agent for selling Embird and sell on behalf of the Embird company. All our orders are forwarded onto Embird and they keep a record of your registration and send the passwords out. You can certainly register any Embird products through our site - in some cases you will find our prices are discounted. All prices can be found on our Registration Page
How do I enter my password into Embird?
Run Embird. When Embird starts, it will warn you that your copy is not registered and that it is going to expire in 30 days. Then it will ask you if you want to register right now. Choose "Yes" and type your password into the box that appears on the screen. Press OK. If you have entered the correct password, Embird will start and you will see your name in the blue bar at the top of window. Another way of invoking the registration box is to go to Help, then Registration.
How do I reinstall Embird after a computer crash, or to a new computer?
You do NOT need to re-order. You just need to download and install Embird and the plugins again from our Embird download page, then enter your passwords as you have in the past. If you don't have a back-up copy of your passwords, you will need to write to the Embird company at firstname.lastname@example.org with your registration name and email address details so they can resend them to you.
Can I use my registered Embird on a second computer?
Yes. As long as both computers are owned by you. Find out more info on how to here.
I inserted password into Embird, but Embird is still demo version. Please check following:
- The name of your password file is PASSWORD.KLC. Sometimes this name is changed and the password won’t work. You will need to rename the password to the correct name before using it.
- Check if you saved the file PASSWORD into the proper folder (default folder C:Program filesEmbird 32 )
- When your Embird program is registered successfully your name will show in the blue bar on the top in Manager.
- See online guide Help Inserting PASSWORD.KLC file attached to the e-mail.
When I enter the registration password, it says "invalid password".
Use the clipboard method for copying the password from the email you have received from the Embird Company into your Embird program. See online guide Help Inserting Text Password from email into Embird with copy and paste command.