EZChrom Elite Died

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I usually don't post in this section so bear with me.

I have a 5890 Series II with a 3rd party pulsed-discharge helium-ionization detector. Chemstation on a Win98 box collects data from the flame and controls the GC. I was using EZChrom Elite 2.6 to collect data from the PDHID through a SS420x A/D conversion box. Over the weekend, the hard drive on that Win2000 computer died. I found a new/old hard drive with Win2000 on it (I don't throw stuff away) and was able to revive the PC. I have all of the EZChrom disks so I tried to reinstall the software but to move the previous installation to a new machine, I would've had to create a new license disk before moving it. Since the hard drive failed, I can't do that. Such is my dilemma.

If you're in my situation and you want to remedy it for the least amount of money possible, what do you do?
Your 5890 you can control with our UniChrom
5890 info: https://www.unichrom.com/hpx890/hpx890e.shtml
Download: https://www.unichrom.com/chrom/ucdle.php
Demo mode allows 3 min of online data collection

ss420x we are not supporting, but instead you can collect HID data using ADC like this https://www.unichrom.com/lnet3/lnet3e.shtml
or any from this list https://www.unichrom.com/matrix-adce.shtml
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