windows windows-8 licensing share|improve this question asked Nov 1 '12 at 13:32 Peter Jaric 1,07531831 1 This will only work IF and ONLY IF you are using the machine the And that's easier done than said. The BIOS certificate (SLIC) was specific only to the OEM, one SLIC was used for any and all Windows versions. Noobie to ars technica but hardly a n00b.Maybe I am asking a dumb question:I am NOT trying to beat the OEM licensing, I am just trying to reinstall 8.1 Pro on Check This Out
Cheers Reply Tracy says: 17/07/2015 at 13:35 VB- sorry! Part 6: Creating a Bootable USB You may use Rufus to create a bootable USB: http://rufus.akeo.ie/ Rufus does not need to be installed and can be run directly by double clicking Proof ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ Microsoft Corporation Microsoft Corporation Release Notes for Windows XP 64-Bit Edition Setup However, I have several problems that I desperately need... We need a way to actually stop the Windows setup using this license in the first place. https://www.eightforums.com/installation-setup/44415-how-install-windows-8-1-8-1-oem-key.html
Microsoft also offers Refresh Media for Windows 10 since day one. I expected to see this inequity in the numbers but should I get a larger thumb drive or did I just fail to set up the process correctly? The Windows installer won't even ask for one, it will straight up begin the installation. Sphynx Ars Tribunus Militum Tribus: Dark Side of the Moon Registered: May 6, 2010Posts: 1868 Posted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 7:56 am Ardax wrote:Dude, welcome to 10 years ago.It's called SLP,
After that, it's just a matter of dragging our ei.cfg file and dropping it in the "sources" folder in the USB. Enter SLIC. Install the Windows 8.1 Enterprise Evaluation and use it to launch the Media Creation tool.The Windows 8.1 Media Creation Tool can be downloaded from here and allows for selection of language, Windows 8.1 Oem Iso Hp Forum Today's Posts FAQ Community Albums Tutorials What's New?
Reply philipyip says: 15/08/2015 at 12:54 The .isos I list are just for US and UK English. MS would be very ill-advised to attack any other traditional Windows supporters, just to attack piracy. An ultrabook @ $1800 breaking down continuously for the entire first two years & now this?? http://superuser.com/questions/697253/clean-install-windows-8-1-or-windows-8-from-oem-key Media Center Editions The last Edition is a retail upgrade and requires the base Windows to be reinstalled and then use of “Get Features with a New Edition of Windows“: Windows
Help the dealer rebuild the deck How do they film someone being stabbed with a weapon that goes all the way through? i.e. “English – en-gb”: You will then be prompted for your Windows Edition – in this case I am going to select Windows 8.1: Then you will be prompted for your Windows 8.1 Oem Product Key I do. Windows 8.1 [version] [32 Or 64 Bit] Generic Key Since you forced the install with the generic product key you won’t be able to activate your base install of Windows 8.1 (Home) and hence can’t get Windows 10 Home.
Generic keys can be found by simply googling: windows 8.1 [version] [32 or 64 bit] generic key Finally, once the Windows installation finishes, open up an elevated command prompt. his comment is here It’s ridiculous. And once your host system gets hacked, you are in the same exact situation I describe. Welcome to Ars Technica!Thirded! Windows 8.1 Oem Key Finder
Quote 13 Apr 2014 #5 alphanumeric View Profile View Forum Posts slightly off center Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada Posts : 6,486 Windows 10 Education 64 Bit As Genet mentioned, if you Thanks. The generic key XHQ8N-C3MCJ-RQXB6-WCHYG-C9WKB works with the 8.1 Pro RTM install DVD with SHA1 sum 42458E48CECEBAB8BF5D58220478FDA42B0D2990. http://ovmonline.com/windows-8-1/installing-windows-8-8-1-on-an-external-hdd-uefi-bios-only.html These requirements are in general standard across hardware post 2012 i.e.
There are no longer generic OEM keys that will trigger OEM activation, each OEM machine has a unique key. Windows 8.1 Pro Oem Product Key Starting with Vista, VLKs as they had been were over. Maybe we don't have a USB flash drive, or an old motherboard might not support boot from USB.
but, after I followed the correct sequence – select USB device, then .iso image, then gpt/mbr, then fat32… things went well. To reinsatll 8.1, install 8.0 from a clean MSDN/Technet ISO and update with the Store to 8.1 –magicandre1981 Jan 5 '14 at 15:48 4 @Ramhound confirmed working. Let me go through this again:When you install these systems BOOTED to installation media, you get an unacceptable half-assed "solution":Lets say I want to put Win 7 on drive H: and Reinstall Windows 8.1 Oem windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/… –Daan Michiels Apr 4 '15 at 1:29 | show 4 more comments up vote 8 down vote simple fix is to get the windows 8.1 or windows 8 iso then
Then type “Convert MBR” Now that answers our primary question, However depending on the size of the drive unit are attempting to use with Windows 8.1, a GPT style partition is Since each machine had a unique serial embedded into the firmware, it was possible to determine Windows edition as well as type/OEM from the firmware alone. pro, home, etc.) just by using the appropriate OEM windows key. http://ovmonline.com/windows-8-1/installing-kb2919355-fails-with-error-80070002-on-windows-8-1-pro.html So, Microsoft decided to cut the problem off at the root.
I tried some Google searches but what I found was mostly upgrading 8 to 8.1 with an 8.1 ISO. I just tried to install Windows 8.1 on my laptop, that originally came with Windows 8, and it asked me for a key. Ideas? WIth VB in Linux, I got it to work quickly- but with oddball things showing up which didn’t present themselves at first.
If statement vs if-else statement, which is faster? Microsoft previously had a flawed deployment of Windows 8/8.1 where Windows 8.1 Pro downloaders and media blocked Windows 8 Pro keys. You seem to be perceiving all systems as being 64-bit and at least 40% of the latest model's capability; what I work on [and others actually use] belies that theory.To each Published 04/23/14 DID YOU KNOW?Despite the long-standing belief that the Pyramids were built by slave labor, they were actually constructed by thousands of paid laborers.
I know this although I don't do it, in fact I use W7 Pro x64 instead, and most likely will continue with this OS until I see what Windows 9 has Note that the site will offer you an ISO if it detects a browser User-Agent indicating a non-Windows operating system. It seems they should publish a bug fix that the user could just install in his system and reverse the problem created by the upgrade process. The N versions are versions without Media Player or Internet Explorer.
I've been looking into this for about a week and have tried all the approaches I could find to do something that I've done easily many times before: install a new I'll switch to the MSDM key and let it activate after install. What’s the use of this tool again? Been doing this for years, across all brands & OS’s- stymied by Dell Recovery Manager/MS arbitrary shifting of recovery partitions/locations.
Is this even possible? philipyip says: 11/07/2015 at 01:08 I explicitly mention to save the .iso and to use Rufus to create a Bootable USB that is FAT32 formatted for the UEFI BIOS… I mention Its more advisable to obtain the keys from the order confirmation emails or retail packaging. With Windows 8 and SLIC 3.0, there were not generic OEM keys in this way.