Please use this tool if... 1. You have decided to bypass the revocation process during de-installation 2. You did not have an Internet connection during de-installation, as the license has not been revoked from your computer 3. You're not going to re-install the game 4. You want to revoke a license without uninstalling the game
So, no, if you're going to reinstall, I don't think you need to revoke your license.
I'd recommend uninstalling the game which will revoke your license in the process. As far as i know it's unlimited installs, but there is a limit on how many time's you can activate the game if you don't revoke your license.
Games aren't what they used to be... Turning into rocket science, I salute the creator of xliveless, even though I don't even use it *waits for the people who are part of the large trend of hod-headed university students who think they know everything about politics & economics to show up and flame me
i wasn't sure bout this too when i reinstalled my game. I just unstalled it from windows, when the window came up asking about revoking my license, I just hit the exit button and it finished uninstalling. when i installed the game back again, every worked fine. so no problems reinstalling with out revoking your license.
Ok few days ago both Vista and XP(had em in dual boot) failed on me so i had to reformat my harddrive and everything that was on it... now i had GTA IV installed on both systems and i couldn't revoke my license so now that i have reinstalled my OS i'm thinking of installing GTA IV again but what i heard that it has limited activations so im worried about something like this happening again and my 70$ going to waste... so is there a way to get those 2 times revoked or did i spend em for good...