Uninstall and Reinstall of QTP

How to make QTP as licensed ?

1)Goto Registry

a.    Enter REGEDIT by clicking StartàRun.
b.    Click CTRL+F.
c.    Enter QTP* and Press Enter.
d.    Delete all keys that are related to QTP.

2) Delete the keys from the HKEY_local_machine in the registry
            1) Clssystem
            2) Rainbow Technologies
            3) MercuryInteractive

3) Delete the files  from your system

  1. wrun.ini (2 files)
  2. mercury.ini(2 files)
  3. sysprs7.dll
  4. clauth1.dll
  5. clauth2.dll
  6. lsprst7.dll
  7. lsprst7.tgz
  8. lservrc
  9. ssprs.dll
  10. ssprs.tgz
  11. tmpPrst.tgz
  12. sysprs7.tgz

4) Uninstall QTP  from add remove programs

5) Goto registry and delete Mercury interactive from two folders HKEY Current users and HKEY Local Machine

6) Restart the system

7) Install QTP


Also we have one more way to make the license code cracked for the QTP :

For those of you who want to crack cleanly installed 9.5 with l-mqt82.exe:
You need to create :\Program Files\Common Files\Mercury Interactive\License Manager
folder on your system drive. Then run the l-mqt82.exe and open generated "lservrc" file in text editor. Copy everything before "QuickTestPro" version "6.0" and manually enter it when QTP asks for the new license key.

1.create a folder named License manager under (Drive):\Program Files\Common Files\Mercury Interactive\
2.Paste the l-mqt82
3.Double click l-mqt82 file
You see some scripts would be generated and one more file is created in that(License) folder
4.open that new file with notepad
5.copy Copy everything before "QuickTestPro" version "6.0"
6.now open your QTP 9.5 click on install license paste that code over thereclick next,next then click ok.

It'll surely work,i've just done,

Hi, the status of the program after running displays that the license is generated successfully, so go to the folder which u created "C:\Program files\Common files\Mercury Interactive\License Manager\" and you will find a txt file there with the license. Open it and copy the license serial and use it in qtp.

Secondly, if any of you are having trouble with this on Windows Vista, here might be a solution:

- once you've added the zip folder to the "License Manager" folder and you run the exe file to generate the licence key, you may find that the "lservrc" file does not appear within the same folder. I found that if you click on the "Compatibility Files" button at the top, you will be redirected to where the file is saved (i.e. c:\users\downloads).

You can then copy this file to the correct location and open with Notepad to get the info you need.


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