SOLVED Activating trial/evaluation ISO as full?


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Hi windows 7

New member here :)

I have a question about windows 7, well, Microsoft provides trial copies for evaluation for 90 days or so...

What I would like to know: can we use keys that is working fine with full versions with those ISOs (trial ISOs) ?

What I mean is, could the ISO of trial copies be a replacement for lost DVDs/ISOs for example ? or are they designed to never be activated as a full version.

Thank you
 
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The best way is to download a Windows 7 ISo files, then burn it to a bootable Inatallation DVD. That will replace your lost DVD.

Windows 7 ISO download via Microsoft approved Digita River
http://www.mydigitallife.info/official-windows-7-sp1-iso-from-digital-river/

Create a bootable Windows 7 DVD
http://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msusa/html/pbPage.Help_Win7_usbdvd_dwnTool

I would use this tutorial instead as it is more precise and in detail. Easy to follow without ambiguity.
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorial...dvd-download-tool.html?filter[2]=General Tips
 
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I need to find an answer for my question, your way is not possible for me :(
 

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If you have a product key from a Full Version copy of W7 that is not in use, or a system builders version that has never been installed on another machine then YES you can use that product key to activate a machine that is currently installed with a trial copy.

Simply go to control panel > system and choose change product key. Put in your product key and then activate.
 
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If you have a product key from a Full Version copy of W7 that is not in use, or a system builders version that has never been installed on another machine then YES you can use that product key to activate a machine that is currently installed with a trial copy.

Simply go to control panel > system and choose change product key. Put in your product key and then activate.
Thank you TrainableMan, so trial ISO = full ISO, that's what I wanted to know
 

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