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I bought a Kenwood KPG-49D V4.02. It now asks for a serial number but don't know what it is or where to look for it. Could you please help me out. Thanks.
 

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I bought a Kenwood KPG-49D V4.02. It now asks for a serial number but don't know what it is or where to look for it. Could you please help me out. Thanks.
Where did you buy it from?

As MTS said, a legal copy of the software from Kenwood will include the key necessary to activate the software. When you buy a real copy from Kenwood or a Kenwood dealer, it's on a sticker on the CD case. It usually begins with K and is a long alpha/numeric character string.

If you bought it somewhere else, then you'll need to take that up with the seller.
 
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