Camtasia Studio recognized it wasn't a valid version?

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Camtasia Studio recognized it wasn't a valid version?

Post by tsukkiii on Tue 09 Feb 2016, 21:50

Hey, I opened camtasia studio today and it told me i didnt have a valid version of camtasia and it might contain malware. It then closes the program. this is the error i get: 


i tried turning off the wifi, and the problem ensued. 
i would really like to use camtasia, without having to switch to the trial version. thanks for your help!

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Re: Camtasia Studio recognized it wasn't a valid version?

Post by Webmaster on Tue 09 Feb 2016, 21:54

Hello,

It seems like they patched the latest version of the software. (Noticed it myself too)
Please uninstall the current version completely using Your Uninstaller! Pro from www.games4theworld.org . Use the "Super Mode". After uninstallation, restart your PC.

After that, reinstall the software, following the included instructions. The only difference this time: DO NOT update the software any more. Use only the version that comes with the torrent. Also make sure that you block the software in your Firewall, so that it does not connect to the interwebz.

That should do the trick. Good luck, and please let us know the result!

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Re: Camtasia Studio recognized it wasn't a valid version?

Post by The_gh0stm4n on Wed 10 Feb 2016, 01:32

I would like to add that if you are using the G4TW version of the program, and don't update it, it may be necessary to disconnect the internet BEFORE starting up the program. Blocking the program in the Windows (10) firewall didn't help me at all, but disconnecting the internet prior to using the program did.

P.S. maybe I should start looking for a better third-party (= non-Windows) firewall...

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