Reactivate win 7


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Ken1943

What's the best thing to tell them. MOBO bad, hard drive, cpu quit you...
get the idea.


KenW
 
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relic

Ken1943 said:
What's the best thing to tell them. MOBO bad, hard drive, cpu quit you...
get the idea.
Have you tried yet? Unless you made enough hardware changes ("Upgrades") it
will activate without a problem. Microsoft used to only keep a record of the
last activation for 120 days; haven't seen any change to that.
 
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Ken1943

What's the best thing to tell them. MOBO bad, hard drive, cpu quit you...
get the idea.


KenW
Activated without problem. I am using a upgrade version and I guess it is
consided a full version.


KenW
 
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relic

Ken1943 said:
Activated without problem. I am using a upgrade version and I guess it is
consided a full version.
The Upgrade version can work the same as a full version:
1. Install it twice, activate on the second installation.
2. Install it without entering key. Reboot and activate it by entering your
key.

You can install it on a new, unformatted disk using one of those.
 
K

Ken1943

What's the best thing to tell them. MOBO bad, hard drive, cpu quit you...
get the idea.


KenW
I know about that, but wasn't sure about it being a full version.

Now I know !!


KenW
 
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Char Jackson

I know about that, but wasn't sure about it being a full version.

Now I know !!
As usual, you replied to your own post and not to the post you should
have replied to. Do you do that on purpose, or is this whole Usenet
thing just a bit confusing to you?
 
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Ken1943

As usual, you replied to your own post and not to the post you should
have replied to. Do you do that on purpose, or is this whole Usenet
thing just a bit confusing to you?
Force of habit but I remember on thing PLONK


KenW
 
K

Ken1943

Why ? Bin round a long time and no one has ever really complained, and if
they had a valid reason, I saw the light. If someone has nothing better
to do than complain about such a minor thing it's not my problem but
theirs.




KenW
 
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Gordon

Why ? Bin round a long time and no one has ever really complained, and if
they had a valid reason, I saw the light. If someone has nothing better
to do than complain about such a minor thing it's not my problem but
theirs.




KenW
So not content with replying to your own posts when you are really
replying to another poster, you now don't quote anything.

*plonk*
 
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Joey from NY

Why ? Bin round a long time and no one has ever really complained,
They probably didn't bother to complain because they KFd you and never saw
you again.

It makes your threads unreadable and practically useless. I haven't and
probably won't KF you, but I mostly skip your posts.
 
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Peter Foldes

Ken1943 said:
Force of habit but I remember on thing PLONK


You are now Plonked for that dumb and stupid answer to the poster who was in his
right to post that since your post did not make sense on account you were posting to
yourself.

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