GIW SLYSEL users:
Instructions on how to install GIW SLYSEL:
Important: The first thing you must install is the Microsoft .NET 4.0 Client Framework software. It is found at the link below. If you try to install the SLYSEL using the 2nd link below, you will be forced to install the .Net 4.0 Client Framework and you have to reinstall GIW SLYSEL installation file.
There is a drop down box to change the installation language. Windows 95, 98, ME, and NT are not supported.
After the above software is installed, you can install GIW SLYSEL by clicking on the link below. In the first dialog box that appears, select the “Open” or “Run” button which will launch the installation. Accept the default options in each dialog box of the installation process. The link below will also be used for future updates. The link below will automatically delete the previous version of SLYSEL and install the latest version.
After installation you will find a light yellow SLYSEL icon on your desktop. Double click on this icon and it will launch GIW SLYSEL. When you start GIW SLYSEL it will come up in a 30 day Evaluation mode. When you start GIW SLYSEL it will pause with a dialog as seen below that informs you of evaluation mode of the software. There will be a button that asks you to "Enter Key". Select the "Enter Key" button and then call Engineering Department’s Administrative Assistant, (Jennifer Belgin) at +1 706 434-0734 with your “E-mail address:”, hardware fingerprint of your system and she will give you a GIW SLYSEL license key to enter into the Key registration dialog. You can also e-mail the information to her at email@example.com. While you are waiting for your license key to be returned, you can depress the "Cancel" button on the "Enter Key" dialog and depress the "OK" button on the Evaluation dialog and GIW SLYSEL will execute normally for 30 days. The “Reminder” and “Enter Key” dialog boxes will no longer be prompted once you have the valid license key entered. The only time you need to request a new license key is when you change computers or your hard disk crashes and has to be replaced or rebuilt.
Example Key Dialog
Currently, you may need to lower your User Access Control on Vista, Windows 7 and 8. It should be resolved in a couple of weeks.
GIW Industries, Inc. / KSB AG
5000 Wrightsboro Road