The "game owner" tag should be switched automatically, when registering the game using the same key on another account.Rhian said:Question for the Moderator/Website-Admin.Is it possible to revoke a registration so the key can be used again for another account? (given that the game-owner title also switches)My husband has registered on the forum first (he was a bit fast there)- but since the game is in my hands and I play it... I would like to take over the key and all the benefits.Do I have to delete his account to free the key or is there any other possebility? Or is the key used and with that useless now?
Seeker said:@treyh0 have you tryed puting in your keycode in lower case? (maybe that mite help) Also try a diffent browser there something with IE that blocks it for some resion try Foxfire and make sure you set it as your default Browser that what the game knows you want to use that Hope that helps
I don't think this is it... I actually just did a fresh install of Windows (XP SP2 Home Edition--came with one of my PCs and I transfered the license to this box) solely for the purpose of The Witcher last week. I've got nothing extra on here since I don't use windows for anything but gaming. It's got IE 7 now (after I also tried IE 6). Is there a log file or debug mode I can look at? I have a tcp dump of the TLS connection to secure.thewitcher.com if that would be helpful to a developer at CDP... Could it be an SSL issue? The certificate on that site looks fine, so I don't know.Brysiu said:Hmmm, we were thinking on it with our web programmer Janek, and the only possible conclusion is having unproper "privacy" settings set to block all the cookies. Other than that, there may be some additional software on your PC, that somehow blocks the cookies from thewitcher.com.