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Minimum system requirements for the most recent Maintenance Release:

  • Windows® 10, Windows® 8/8.1, Windows® 7, or Windows® Vista (32-bit or 64-bit editions), all with latest service packs installed. (Use of Windows® Vista is not recommended). 
  • An EasySIGN Wibu Codemeter USB dongle is required to be able to use the EasySIGN software on a virtual environment on MAC OS system. Parallels or Boot Camp for MAC OS is required to be able to use the EasySIGN software on a virtual environment on MAC OS system
  • 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
  • 2GB of RAM (4GB recommended) for 32 bit; 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended) for 64 bit operating system
  • 2 GB of hard disk space for installation without content (cannot install on removable flash storage devices)
  • Additional disk space required for disk cache, preview files, and other working files (16GB recommended)
  • 1024 × 768 or higher monitor resolution (768 × 1024 on a Tablet PC)
  • Mouse or tablet
  • FireFox® 19 or Microsoft® Internet Explorer® 7 or higher
  • Compatibility feature requires an installation of Corel or Adobe software on the same system.
  • This software will not operate without activation. Broadband Internet connection and registration are required for software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services. Phone activation is not available.



Last edit : Tuesday, September 11, 2018


You’ll have to copy the .SFN fonts manually from the old EasySIGN 16 bit CD-ROM (or the EasySIGN 16-bit installation directory) to C:\Program Files\EasySIGN\V06\Fonts” for the 64-bit EasySIGN or to C:\Program Files (x86)\EasySIGN\V06\FONTS for the 32-bit EasySIGN.

Also make sure that the files are not set to ‘Read-only’ after copying from a CD-ROM.



Last edit : Monday, December 26, 2016


In case of a defective binding (lost licenses) it is nesecarry and we would like to receive the following information of the computer where the problem occurred:

  • Log files
  • CMdust file
  • Versioninfo file


Log files
You find these files at:
Windows: Start – Program Files – CodeMeter –-Logs
Or at:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\CodeMeter\Logs

C:\Program Files\CodeMeter\Runtime\bin


CMDust file

To create a Cmdustfile goto  startmenu->All programs->codemeter->tools->cmdust



Versioninfo file

You can create this versioninfo file in EasySIGN through the menu Help, VersionInfo. Press 'Print' or 'Save' and save this file. Choose a location where you can find the file easily (e.g. the desktop) to place this as an enclosure to your support request.



Last edit : Monday, February 24, 2014


1 Locate the Archive on the old computer.

If it's installed in "C:\EasySIGN\Archive", create the same directory structure on the new pc and copy all the files to this location on the new pc.

Make sure that all .ESW-files and a recent "customer.dta" have been copied to the new location.

If you know what you're doing, you might copy the files to another location, but this location has to be entered into EASYSIGN.INI after copying it in step 2. Change the "ArchiveDir" setting in EASYSIGN.INI on the new computer.



Copy EasySIGN.INI from the old to the new computer. The destination is the Windows folder on the new computer.



On the new computer, shutdown Archive, start regedit.exe and remove the "NetworkMode" and the "ArchiveFolder" setting.


The first can be found in: "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Numerical Control Design\EasySIGN PV004\Archive32" ,


the second in: "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Numerical Control Design\EasySIGN PV004\Archive32\Paths".


4 On the new computer, re-run the setup.

The existence of the EASYSIGN.INI file will trigger a DBase conversion routine the next time Archive is launched.



Start Archive. If all went well, the DBase will be converted and all .ESW files will be present in the Archive.



Optionally, start "Extra, Worksheet conversion 16->23 bits" to convert the .ESW files into .ES files.




Last edit : Friday, February 14, 2014


Step 1: On the old computer:

Close Archive, locate where the Archive Customer DBase is located, run the Windows Explorer ad move the entire Archive folder to the new destination.


Step 2: On the new computer:

After the files have been copied to the new computer or disk location then restart Archive and when asked, browse to the new location.


Choose the Archive Folder


Press Finish and the fhe folder links in the DBase will be updated automatically.



Last edit : Friday, February 14, 2014