Activation got deactivated

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by BrowseR, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. BrowseR

    BrowseR MDL Novice

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    Hi all,
    My first post on this forum and I'm starting with problems :eek:

    A few weeks back I successfully activated W7 Ultimate with some tools from this forum.
    Today I rebooted and just before the desktop showed a blue screen is shown.
    Just one simple message without any options.
    "This copy of Windows is non genuine"
    I let W7 install updates so I think MS found a way to stop the activation...?

    I could still boot in safe mode and tried to reactivate with the tools that were previously successful.
    It didn't work. Some error message was shown. Not sure what it was about. Just a hex number.
    I had an old Hazar activator and tried that. Now I can't even in the screen where I usually can select "Safe mode"

    I'm writing this message from the same PC booted with a XP live CD.
    I can see and access all the drives including the system disk.
    Before my first successful activation I had similar problems I could solve by deleting a file from Windows. Something like "....loader...."
    I can't find that file now. Or simply can't remember the correct name.

    Any idea how to fix this?
     
  2. Daz

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  3. BrowseR

    BrowseR MDL Novice

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    Thanks for the quick reply Daz.

    I'm going to try your suggestions right after posting this message.
    I'm gonna check the recovery option again. I did so before. In fact I tried an hour ago and couldn't find it.
    I have a full/clean install W7 DVD
    It boots and asks if I want to install a 32 or 64 bit version.
    I select 64 bit and I get list of my drives. I didn't find a recovery option there...
    But I'm gonna try again.

    I got a home build PC.
    Motherboard is Asus P5Q
     
  4. Hazar

    Hazar MDL Guru

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    My old loader was a piece of something, lol.

    If it was just a simple batch file program that ran and installed a loader tool then it was my old loader. It had little to no security features and ran off the old chinese grldr. I reccomend you go with Daz if you want a fully activated system via a loader, or RemoveWAT/Chew-WGA if you want a safe activation method that is done within Windows and does not conflict with any multiboot configs etc. Each side has it's advantage.
     
  5. gouryella

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    Or there is some modded BIOS files you can try, I have a P5QL Pro modded with latest BIOS & SLIC 2.1 added, although I have a genuine Windows 7 I don't use it. Have 7 Home Premium installed on partition using BIOS Mod and works fine, no loaders. Same BIOS mod has SLP 1.0 string aswell so it's good to activate XP too.
     
  6. BrowseR

    BrowseR MDL Novice

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    #6 BrowseR, Feb 10, 2010
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    Daz,

    The loader I used is "Windows 7 Loader v1.7.7r" The link you gave is to an older version?

    I tried finding the recovery option again. I simply can't find it.
    First I can choose x64 x86
    Then I can get a list of my drives. With some options to load drivers and format.
    If I just continue windows starts installing....?

    Perhaps I need another .iso?
    Unfortunately I only found a dead torrent link on this forum...
    Is there another working link? Perhaps my W7 is not compatible withe the activation?
     
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  8. BrowseR

    BrowseR MDL Novice

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    Hi Daz,

    The problem is I couldn't run any program because Windows doesn't start and I can't find the repair function on the install DVD.
    I installed a new W7. The old one was renamed to windows.old.
    The new version booted fine. I used the patch you posted just above.
    I booted with my Win XP Live CD. From there I renamed the Windows directory again.
    I booted and windows started repairing.
    Now I'm back were I started tonight :)
    When I boot I'm just locked out of Windows.
    At the start of the evening I could fully use safe mode but that isn't accessible anymore.
    So to enter Windows I need it activated. But to get it activated I need to be in Windows :)

    And of course the Remove_WAT from Hazar has the same problem because I can't install it :)
     
  9. BrowseR

    BrowseR MDL Novice

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    Will that work with already "partly activated" versions?
     
  10. gouryella

    gouryella MDL Novice

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    I have no idea, I always thought it was either activated or not.
     
  11. Daz

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    In live ISO's such as Hiren's BootCD you should be able to add bootsect to the drive and then use command prompt to run bootsect with the required command. I'm just not sure what XP live disk you have but as long as you can access files and command prompt then you should be able to run the application.

    As I said previously version 1.7.7 of the loader can cause lockups on some systems, version 1.7.3 however should not cause any lockups. If neither work under any of the modes (alternative, older, forceful) then once you have restored Windows run an alternative application such as RemoveWAT.
     
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  12. 911medic

    911medic MDL Guru

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    This is funny....it either is or it aint...there is no "partly activated"..

    If you choose the bios mod, be sure to repair the boot sector and remove ALL loaders and cracktivators....you will only compound the problems otherwise..:rolleyes::jester::stretcher:
     
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  13. Rosco

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    If you have a choice of x64 x86 during install you probably have a "pre-activated" ISO which installs a loader for you during install. Then you ran another loader on top of that and then the original on top of that.

    No wonder your system is a mess.

    Do not even try to sort this out - Backup any data you value and re-install from a good ISO - or even the one you used and don't apply any extra loaders until you find out what your install did - if it installed a loader for you it may be OK.
     
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  14. sam3971

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    If what Rosco is telling you is correct in your situation you can try running Hazar's 7loader 1.6.1d and select "Repair Activation" if you can boot at all. What that command does is actually remove all loaders and restores your computers default activation that comes with windows 7(Grace period/trial mode). If you can run that it will probably clean up alot of issues in your pc. Then you can safely run another loader or Chew-WGA/RemoveWAT or whatever crack you want. BTW I would stay away from 7loader Xtreme by Napalum. It works but alot of things it does to activate windows 7 kinda makes them Frankenbuilds.
     
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    You should see a "Repair my computer" above the "Install Now" option after boot with the Win7 DVD. If you installed windows again and used Daz Loader to activate, why did you boot with win XP live CD?:confused: You are doing something wrong...
     
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  16. BrowseR

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    Pertly is likely not the best word to use :D
    It was fully activated for about about 3-4 weeks. But when started my PC yesterday it suddenly wasn'r registred anymore.
     
  17. BrowseR

    BrowseR MDL Novice

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    Data is always safe. (I have my important files backed up over my LAN once an hour.)
    Reinstalling is what troubles me more. It takes ages before everything is cofigured again ....

    My ISO was indeed preativated. Works fine for many. But the .nfo mentioned not for all (=me)and pointed to this forum.
    Before I installed a new loader I used several tools from this forum. Can't remeber all the names but it were tools with a "clean function"
    So to the best of my knowledge the system was clean before I used the Daz activator.
    And as I wrote just above the Daz activator worked for 3-4 weeks without flaws. No crashes. Booted perfectly. Windows showed it was validated. Etc

    BTW the only thing I hated about the installed win 7 was that it came in Dutch. I downloaded an English language pack. That made my Win7 mostly English. But some things are/were still in Dutch. Talking about Windows ofcourse. Not Dutch programs :)



    Anyway.... I'm prepared, or should I say forcedo_O to do a full clean install. But then I want to be sure I have a proper English .iso that isn't tweaked in any way.
    No loaders. No helpful extra's. No well intended other stuff. Just clean. Can someone please recommend one?
     
  18. BrowseR

    BrowseR MDL Novice

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    Surely booting with XP live isn't my favorite choice. The problem is that my Win 7 doesn't boot so basicly my PC is dead.
    I use XP live to post this message and download the things suggested in this thread. I ran the bootsector program from Daz from XP.
    It solved 1 issue. Windows boots again. Almost 100%. But at teh point my desktop should be shown a blue screen appears.
    Not a BSOD. Just a blue screen that locks me out. With Ctrl+Alt+Del I can see the task manger. And switch users. But with just one user there isn't much to switch :)
     
  19. BrowseR

    BrowseR MDL Novice

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    I can't boot into Win 7 so running it from there is no option.
    I tried to run it from Win XP lite but that doesn't work either because it require NET Framework


    BTW for those that don't know what XP live is. It's a little liek Hirens Boot CD.
    It's a Win XP that installes into a RAM disk. It got 240 programs preinstalled.
     
  20. Elle233

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    Rosco has told you all you need to do. Anything short of that will keep you running round a circle. Follow is suggestions