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How do I run a Keygen on Crossover?


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I'm not entirely sure if I've posted this thread in the correct section; its a bit of a long story, but long story short....I have an exe keygen I'm trying to run on Crossover; I've tried clicking open and selecting the keygen, but nothing happens. I am doing something wrong?
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Yeah, you're trying to use a keygen. Purchase the software and you won't have a problem.

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