WHAT ARE SECURE PDFs?

ANSI/HI Pump Standards are encrypted for security purposes.  They are sold as a single-user license and may not be installed in a shared environment such as a network server or corporate Intranet.  They are intended for use by one individual.  If you have any questions about the license agreement, a copy is available at www.pumps.org/CDeula.pdf

The files are available on CD-ROM and require either Adobe® Acrobat® or Adobe® Reader® to view.  Once installed, they require a one-time authorization in order to open.  Authorization requires the download and installation of an Adobe-approved plug-in by FileOpen Systems, Inc.  Detailed instructions explaining the download and authorization procedure are provided upon purchase.  You must be logged on to the Internet during the authorization.  Once authorized, Internet access is not required in order to access the file.  Permissions allow you to print and annotate the files.

Each set of standards has a unique 10-character Order ID.  Your Order ID will be affixed to the CD jacket when you first purchase the full set of standards on CD..  It is very important that you keep your Order ID in a safe place because it will be needed if you should ever want apply upgrades or move the standards to another computer.

TRANSFERRING ANSI/HI PUMP STANDARDS VERSION 2.2 (UPGRADE) TO ANOTHER COMPUTER:  

Transferring the standards from one computer to another is a multiple-step process - (1) Unauthorize, (2) Uninstall, (3) Install/Authorize prior version(s), (4) Upgrade/Authorize Version 2.2.  The Unauthorize and Uninstall steps are performed on the "old" computer and the Install/Authorize and Upgrade/Authorize steps are performed on the "new" computer. If the old computer is not accessible you will need to contact HI Technical Support at Publications@Pumps.org or 973.267.9700 ext 118 for assistance.

Steps (1), (2) and (4) will be the same for all users. Step (3) will vary depending on whether your Version 2.1 was a full install or an upgrade from Version 2.0. If your Version 2.1 was a full install you will simply install Version 2.1 on your new computer then apply the Version 2.2 upgrade. If your Version 2.1 was an upgrade from Version 2.0 you will first install Version 2.0 on your new computer then apply the Versions 2.1 and 2.2 upgrades.


 

(1) Unauthorize:  
 
  1. While logged in to the old computer, from the program menu, select Start>Program Files>Hydraulic Institute>Unauthorize HI Standards.
  2. Enter your Order ID and click "Unauthorize". 
  3. A pdf opens and confirms the removal of the authorization.
 
(2)  Uninstall:    
 
  1. Still logged in to the old computer, from the program menu, select Start>Program Files>Hydraulic Institute>Uninstall HI Standards
  2. The program will ask you to confirm your intention to uninstall and, if you agree, will remove the program group and icons from your Program Manager/Start Menu and delete the Hydraulic Institute folder from your hard disk.

    Note: If you have run the Uninstaller and the Hydraulic Institute directory has not been removed this is because either:

    • There were items in the folder not put there by the HI Standards installation process, or
    • You do not have and the uninstall program cannot create the directory C:\TEMP, which is required by the Uninstaller.

In either case you can always manually delete the Hydraulic Institute folder.

 
STEP (3) INSTRUCTIONS FOR USERS WITH A FULL INSTALL OF VERSION 2.1.
(3) Install/Authorize Version 2.1  
 
  1. Log in to the new computer.
  2. Please move to step 3 if you already have Adobe® Reader® 6.0 or higher; otherwise download the latest version for free at www.adobe.com.
  3. Install the Adobe-approved FileOpen plug-in at plugin.fileopen.com. NOTE: Adobe® Acrobat/Reader must be closed when you install the plug-in.
  4. Insert the Version 2.0 CD.
  5. When the autorun screen appears, click on "Step B" to install the standards..
  6. Be sure you are logged in to the new computer with the login and password of the individual who will be using the standards.
  7. From the autorun menu, click on "Step C" to authorize Version 2.1.
  8. When prompted, enter your Version 2.1 Order ID and your email address and click "Authorize".
  9. A pdf should open that begins "Congratulations ..."
  10. Close the pdf and the autorun menu and remove the Version 2.1 CD.
  11. Store the CD and your Order ID for future use/reference and proceed with Step (4) Upgrade/Authorize Version 2.2 below.

If you do not have administrative privileges on your new computer, Install/Authorize Version 2.1 steps 1 through 5 and Upgrade/Authorize Version 2.1 steps 1 through 4 may be completed by your IT department using their administrative login.

To authorize both the 2.1 and 2.2 versions, you must log in to your computer with the login and password of the individual who uses the standards.

STEP (3) INSTRUCTIONS FOR USERS WITH VERSION 2.1 UPGRADE:
(3) Install/Authorize Version 2.0 and Version 2.1 Upgrade:  
 
  1. Log in to the new computer.
  2. Please move to step 3 if you already have Adobe® Reader® 6.0 or higher; otherwise download the latest version for free at www.adobe.com.
  3. Install the Adobe-approved FileOpen plug-in at plugin.fileopen.com. NOTE: Adobe® Acrobat/Reader must be closed when you install the plug-in.
  4. Insert the Version 2.0 CD.
  5. When the autorun screen appears, click on “Step B" to install the standards..
  6. Be sure you are logged in to the new computer with the login and password of the individual who will be using the standards.
  7. From the autorun menu, click on "Step C" to authorize Version 2.0.
  8. When prompted, enter your Version 2.0 Order ID and your email address and click "Authorize".
  9. A pdf should open that begins "Congratulations ..."
  10. Close the pdf before proceeding.
  11. Close the Version 2.0 autorun screen and remove the CD.
  12. Insert the Version 2.1 upgrade CD.
  13. When the autorun screen appears click on "Step B" to install the upgrade.
  14. Be sure you are logged in as the individual who will use the standards.
  15. From the autorun menu click on "Step C" to authorize the Version 2.1 upgrade.
  16. When prompted, enter your Version 2.0 Order ID and your email address and click "Authorize".
  17. A ReadMe pdf will open with information about using and maintaining the standards.
  18. Close the pdf and the autorun menu and remove the Version 2.1 Upgrade CD.
  19. Store the 2 CDs and your Order ID for future use/reference.
If you do not have administrative privileges on your new computer, Install/Authorize Version 2.1 steps 1 through 5 and 12-13  and Upgrade/Authorize Version 2.2steps 1 through 3 may be completed by your IT department using their administrative login.

To authorize the 2.0, 2.1 and 2.2 versions, you must log in to your computer with the login and password of the individual who uses the standards.

(4) Upgrade/Authorize Version 2.2:  
 
  1. Copy the HI2-2upgrade.exe file from your old computer to the new one or download it again using the emailed instructions you received with your purchase.
  2. (optional) Rename or move the 3 files (1-1--1-2.pdf, 9-6-4.pdf, 9-6-5.pdf) that will be overwritten by updates in Version 2.2 to retain access to these superseded standards.
  3. Double-click on the HI2-2upgrade.exe to install the upgrade.
  4. When the installation is complete click on the desktop icon for the Standards or select the standards from your program menu (Start > Programs > Hydraulic Institute > HI Standards).
  5. When prompted, enter your Version 2.1 Order ID and your email address and click "Authorize".
  6. The standards Version 2.2 menu will open indicating your successful authorization.
  7. Store the Version 2.1 CD and your Order ID for future use/reference.
HAVING TROUBLE?

Contact HI Technical Support at (973) 267-9700 ext. 118 or Publications@Pumps.org.