Once your receive your DFSee registration key it must be placed in the same directory as the DFSee executable, or in a directory that is in the system PATH while using the DFSee program. Save the file from your email client or download it from your account. You are advised to store it in a safe place for backup.
In any case: copy or rename the registration file to DFSEE.KEY
If you are a first-time user of DFSee, make sure you run the DFSDISK procedure (a .BAT or .CMD script) once to make a backup of your current partition information. This function is available from the DFSee menu as:
Scripts -> Full Analyse disks (support)
Note for upgrades from previous versions
If you bought an upgrade from a previous version, your key will contain “#U”. This upgrade key will be valid for 100 days and works just like any other DFSee registration key, there are NO restrictions. You will automatically receive a new, permanent key before it expires, usually within a few days from ordering. Only if you do not receive that within 2 months from purchase, you need to contact FSYS Software, preferred email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Terms and conditions
Each registration gives you the right to use any 16.x or older version of the DFSee program and receive support for it using the supplied email address.
This is a personal or professional registration based on that email address or the supplied name and address information (if any).
Personal registration: use on your own system(s) only.
Professional registration: use on any system by registered person only.
For a more detailed license agreement see the text files enclosed in the DFSee distribution ZIP file or browse them at http://www.dfsee.com/dfsee/buynow.
If you need to change the information for support, send an email to email@example.com.
Specify exactly what you need to have changed and make sure to include your registered email address (tip: attach your current dfsee.key).
When you need support or assistance (on a best effort basis) or have any other issue regarding the DFSee program, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Attach your registration file or specify the registration info to allow verification of your support entitlement.
For all problems related to partitioning run the DFSFAST script that comes with DFSee (.BAT or .CMD) and attach the resulting DFSFAST*.* files on your mail (5 files for every disk, ZIP them if possible).
Even easier, this function is available from the DFSee menu as well:
Scripts -> Fast Analyse disks (support)
For filesystem problems, you can also run the DFSCHECK procedure and send the resulting files from that too (3 files per partition):
Scripts -> Analyse filesystems (DFSCHECK)
When applicable, include as much detail about the problem as possible to allow a faster (and better) response.