I am unable to recover any files from my computer because the logon & domain has changed.
In addition to that I have run out of documnet recoveries.
Does this mean I cannot use QV at all now? Because when I create a new file from scratch in QV and save it, I cannot open it again after I have closed it.
The file is created on the same machine and should not be asking for a recovery attempt.
Error messages I am getting are:
Your installation of Qlikview has exceeded the maximum number of document recoveries allowed for a Personal Edition license. To continue using Qlikview you will need to purchase a full Qlikview license....
followed by a document failed to load message
followed by a failed to open document message.
Is QV on my PC dead now? I cant even create local files anymore.
I'm afraid that's exactly what it means. Recovery attempts should be never used unless strictly necessary. You can try to install QlikView 10 just in case it generates a new key and you are allowed to open your documents. Otherwise, you will need to get a license.
Try to uninstall QV again and also make sure that the folders are removed from Program Files. Then remove the registry entries under QlikTech folder. Then restart the system and check the registry again to make sure. And finally reinstall QV and tried to save and re-open the files. I am not sure if this helps but give a try...It worked for me in the past.
Read carefully this document regarding QlikView Personal Edition. You should not be able to open documents you already created even in the same computer as you will see in that document.
Note that QlikView is offering a fully functional software for free, but as any other software, QlikView has its own agreements and EULAs and limitations, to which -of course- you may or may not agree, but please mind your language. If you don't agree, we are open to read and attend your comments as long as they are written in a polite fashion.