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My PC is an Asus VivoTab Smart. I used to have a couple of trial apps installed on it; And I reset it to factory settings.

And now when I try to install that app in trial it gives me that error. Now the question is, how do I bypass this error? And how does the Store know that I did?

Anything that I need to know, tell me please.

Thanks in advance, -Lucas

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closed as off-topic by Xavierjazz, nerdwaller, random Dec 6 '13 at 2:39

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You've had the trial. If you want it you should buy it. –  Xavierjazz Dec 5 '13 at 23:25

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And now when I try to install that app in trial it gives me that error. Now the question is, how do I bypass this error? And how does the Store know that I did?

You don't get around it.

Windows Store applications are connected to your Microsoft Account which means, they keep track of your past purchases, the answer to your problem is simply purchase the application in question.

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