Unless you are in a large enterprise environment, ghosting computers doesn't make a lot of sense any more, given the install time of a vanilla copy of Windows 7. There is a way to do a clean install with the upgrade edition without having to install XP or Vista.http://www.winsupersite.com/win7/clean_install_upgrade_media.aspA lot of times it can be as simple as install the VG ^^ Why do you want to reinstall Windows 8.1 Pro? Family and loved ones will always be a priority in my daily life. http://phpbbinstallers.net/product-key/product-key-help.html
Back to top #8 Richardf77 Richardf77 Topic Starter Members 168 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Southern England, UnIted Kingdom Local time:08:33 PM Posted 04 October 2015 - 04:50 AM Should i have Reply 0 Kudos Otto
Thus you can install Windows 8.1 using your Windows 8 product key... If your product key is being used on more PCs than the Microsoft Software License Terms allow, you'll need to buy a new product key or copy of Windows for each HELP!?
My question im asking myself is whether its worth trying to upgrade to 64 bit by starting all over since i have a valid disk. with luck it should activate over the internet. I'm not sure if this will render my computer ineffective at some point in time. Windows 10 Product Key Not Working Now I have Windows 10 PRO not activated.
Yet just yesterday ( after installing the repair install 5 days ago) a message popped up suggesting my Product key code was not valid. Windows 7 Product Key Not Working After Reinstall Please be aware that you cannot use the free upgrade offer to perform a clean install on the first attempt! Windows 10 is by far one of the most compatible versions of Windows *ever*. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/7393-63-invalid-product-windows-refuses-accept-product-hardrive A am not convinced this is genuine as it has the feel of a scam about it.
Also, I install Windows very often. The Windows 7 Professional Product Key You Typed Is Invalid For Activation This will open the Command Prompt. The most annoying part is that the machine is running better than it has for ages, now it has a nice clean windows to run on! This may be a little white lie, but it will get you around other questions.
It would not activate afterwards. http://phpbbinstallers.net/product-key/product-key-for-windows-8-1.html solved Installing an SSD - Will my 8.1 Key work with Windows 10 USB Setup? I tried intall installing many windows 8 product keys but it says the product key i've supplyed failed so which on is the correct on please supply me. Make sure you are typing the serial # & product key in the fields not copy pasting it in. My Windows 7 Product Key Doesn't Work
Back to top #6 hamluis hamluis Moderator Moderator 52,559 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Killeen, TX Local time:02:33 PM Posted 03 October 2015 - 04:29 PM There are no legal downloads of Then once I'm 'inside' I can activate the installation using my original Windows 8 Pro key, am I right? Thanks! Check This Out This installed a different Win 7 alongside the existing one (giving me a dual boot on the SSD - even though I formatted the drive?!).
Clean install of 7 was the only option after all other methods of recovering either 7 or 10 failed. Windows 8 Activation Key Not Working The ‘Get Windows 10 App' Indicates My License is not Activated: Again, you must ensure you are running a genuine activated copy of Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1. If this is not the issue then please explain when the key is being rejected and how you are trying to activate it.
Was it the first installation with the drives connected? How to Fix Windows Phone 7 and Zune Devices Connection Problems and Issues? If it is not, you will be prompted to enter a product key. Windows 10 Product Key Doesn't Work It was originally just Windows 8.1 64bit as far as I knew.
When I installed it accepted my product key and all was fine until last evening when I was faced with a window stating that hardware had changed and I need to Regardless of this, product activation remains a part of Windows 10. In this article, we take a look at product activation and troubleshooting steps. Installation & Setup Product Key Not ValidA while back I moved my Gateway machine from Vista Home Premium x32 to Win 7 Home Premium x64. this contact form metamorph67Jun 17, 2010, 4:09 PM isamuelson said: @metamporph,Using a cracked copy is not a good thing.
I installed Win7 onto the SSD - which was quick and fine until I got to the activation stage - which said my product key was invaild. Thinking about things before writing this post I seem to remember a few years ago before I lost my job, I upgraded one of my machines and I believe I may I cannot link to my printer. Bl**dy Microsoft!
My 2 cents on that subject anyway... Before that - lets try the old-fashioned way Open an Elevated Command Prompt, and run the following commands slmgr /upk slmgr /ipk
My laptop using Intel GMA 4500 (or G45). Make sure that anything that already exists in the file should be cleared first. 5. [EditionID] 6. Very simple, then it steps to the folder place to create an ISO, which I don't see why, cause when it is done, there is not ISO in the folder you I think I was in a hurry to fix the problem I was having.
It has since died. That said, I listed a few things below which may or may not be helpful. What is my version? so then i am left with a big paperweight.
Back to top #4 Richardf77 Richardf77 Topic Starter Members 168 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Southern England, UnIted Kingdom Local time:08:33 PM Posted 03 October 2015 - 02:41 PM Will do, thanks. I ran into this just the other day. Back to top #9 MDD1963 MDD1963 Members 304 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:33 AM Posted 04 October 2015 - 06:18 AM If your computer was a prebuilt, normally the sticker attached