Any chance of permanent activators for Windows Blue (8.1)?

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by intelarmamd, Jun 8, 2013.

  1. intelarmamd

    intelarmamd MDL Junior Member

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    Hi everyone,


    Just wish to to if there would be a different procedure to activate Windows Blue (8.1) than the present Windows 8? And if so would there be permanent activators for Windows Blue (8.1) similar to Windows 7 activation process? Is Daz working on Windows Blue (8.1)? If you have any information about Windows Blue (8.1) activation process kindly share. :)
     
  2. free1975yuly

    free1975yuly MDL Expert

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    I think that activators will be no more possible for any future Windows OS but only the time will give an answer to that.Maybe when SLIC 3.0 or this kind of stuff will be available...
     
  3. s1ave77

    s1ave77 MDL Guide Dog/Dev

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    Humphrey MDL Expert

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  5. PaulDesmond

    PaulDesmond MDL Magnet

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    No way. Too complex and so far as of now, not possible. Server 2012 and probably 2012 R2 can be activated with Daz's loader (see latest version) but W8/8.1 only can be activated by using a genuine key or by using MTK after having it converted to VL. Period and no way around. I don't talk about stolen keys and phone calls !
     
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  6. MrMagic

    MrMagic MDL Guru

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    What's the problem? MSTK/KMS activates for 6 months, you have a problem clicking a few buttons twice a year ? Come on....
     
  7. pramodm

    pramodm MDL Member

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    Isn't the MTK activator permanent enough? Its mere existence itself is a bliss if you ask me. :eek:
     
  8. MrMagic

    MrMagic MDL Guru

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    I used the ie.cfg to bypass key during install of Windows 8 Pro, then used MSTK to add a key and activate AutoKMS which gave me 6 months, I just added new features using a Media Centre key I got free ages ago, then used MSTK Phone Activation and called MS, now I'm permanently activated for free

    I only did this as a test because I was already activated for 6 months anyway which is plenty of time but hey it worked
     
  9. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    Server 2012 (all Versions) may stay with the system actual used, means Daz Loader could be used for all of them. Unlike Windows 8/8.1, Server 2012 is not used by "normal" public/private users, it's used in corporate environments mainly. Only "Freaks" (not in an bad meaning) using Server OS as as an Client OS.

    On the other hand, that could also be changed with the Generation of MS Server OS's! May MS is taken it's time for to get all relevant infos, not from their own development teams, also from Forums like MDL and the myriad of other forums for to work on an new and even more hard to cracking system!
     
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  10. babehunter

    babehunter MDL Novice

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    very accurate...thanks DAZ
     
  11. mohamedkamel

    mohamedkamel MDL Addicted

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    Thanks DAZ and thanks s1ave77 :), it is really useful.
     
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  12. ljimbo

    ljimbo MDL Novice

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    I dont understand why people keep asking these questions.. its not like $15 or even $40 was really hard to come up with when Win8 first came out.. or using the KMS solution.. all very easy things to do..

    MS will always leave some kind of back door... if noone could activate their pirated copy or buy the OS really cheap we'd all move on to something else...
     
  13. eydee

    eydee Guest

    When you know MS Windows is probably dying and have only a few years left, paying for it is not the best idea. It's money thrown out of the window. (No pun...)
     
  14. biggiesmalls

    biggiesmalls MDL Novice

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    FWIW

    I think you are more correct, in hindsight. From what I have read, Windows 9 ( now known as 10) is THE most important version in Microsoft's history. Look no further than the current trends in phablets & cheap, yet fast, smartphones and the implications for Microsoft are ominous, at best. Microft needs a competitive 4 screen strategy fast.