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Q: My computer has changed (because of hardware modifications, etc) and now Mathematica is asking for a new password. What should I do?

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The changes have caused Mathematica to look for a new Math ID and password.

  1. Find your Math ID with the instructions here: http://support.wolfram.com/mathematica/systems/allplatforms/mathid.html
  2. Request a new password by going to http://www.register.wolfram.com and completing the form. Be sure to do step 1 first as the form requires that you enter your Math ID.
  3. After doing this, contact the IS&T Software Distribution team by sending email to software-distribution@mit.edu and letting them know that you've requested a new password which will be sent directly to Software Distribution from Wolfram. They will forward you the password.
  4. Enter your new Math ID and password when prompted by Mathematica.

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July 15, 2013

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  1. Nov 18, 2009

    Mathematica is looking for a NEW Math Id since the password is linked to it.

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