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Torq 2.0.2 Serial.rar
As of Torq 2.0.2, the data.torq2.com license key will be required to validate the serial number and check the license type. If the license key is incorrect, you will need to contact your software vendor to request a license key. To request an issue number or serial number please send an e-mail to open.support
If you have lost your license or are unable to obtain a valid one, you can still install Torq by following the steps below.
Quit Torq and navigate to the AvidTorq (one word, not AvidTorq) folder, and delete all files in the folder:
and navigate to the Torq 2.0.2 file.
You may also be able to locate a serial number for this version of Torq in the following locations:
On the CD-ROM you received for registration purposes
The registration user’s guide is available online in the Open Support Downloads £ area.
If you purchased a new Torq system, your serial number is printed on a label attached to your serial cable. Your serial label is attached to the cable when shipped to Avid. The label and cable are enclosed in a box with your product information, and the box is sealed with the serial number for your registration. If you have misplaced your label, contact Avid support. If you have lost your serial cable, contact Avid support.
Torq was developed by Avid Technology, Inc. Avid is a registered trademark of Avid Technology, Inc. All rights reserved. This document is developed and produced under a mutual agreement with Avid Technology, Inc. Any other acknowledgement, product and brand name references are used solely as examples.
Torque Pro for Windows is provided free of charge. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request the serial number and installation instructions. In order to access the support center, please contact Avid Support at email@example.com. Serial number can be used to download the Avid Customer Portal and access the user support center for any further questions. Avid Support team support is available in the Avid Customer portal (accessed by entering the serial number in the previous step). Avid Technical Support is available on the following number: United States: 855-789-2159, International: 1-855-423-1855 (includes all of China), Hong Kong: 2855-2522, Australia: 02-8398-8390, New Zealand: 0800-803-620, India: 1-408-001-4849, Japan: 03-5877-0111.
It doesnt make sense, but yes you have to have a wrench for that. Ive tried the following (w/ no luck):-USB-Ethernet-Joystick-Inertial-GPS-Pedal- -Torque Slider-Trigger (I hate this one! Ive checked the availability of the firmware and there is no driver for the example bike I made. I would like to know the first steps to getting this motor to operate successfully. Im very new to this. I just got the new motor and its built in a way I can’t say it’s going to work. If I can make it work, I can edit my original settings. Thanks Ed
Torque Pro does not restrict developers with certain types of motors, so it’s possible that any M600 can be used with Torque. It’s not likely, but you never know. Your best bet would be to enter the values for the type of motors you use and if it works, then you’re good to go with it.