Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by abbodi1406, Nov 17, 2019.
Different error code but read my post and check your logs.
You may need to run
in a commandline shell with admin rights, then reboot, then trying again. Rearming resets the license status and should clear all bad effects.
That did the trick. Rearmed it and managed to get it reactivated using phone. Thanks.
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What is the difference between v11 and v9? I had Office 2010 (x64) issues while using v11 due to the .NET bypass, why does it work on the v9-aio version though? Are there any differences between these two versions?
.NET bypass type is the only difference
Ah, but they both achieve the same goal?
I'm sure this is the wrong thread to ask this in but; Will there be any way to make a patch so that Edge & Chrome can keep getting updates on Win7 after their EoS date (on Win7) in Jan. 2022?
dont know for chrome, but pretty sure edge will get extend updates till 01/23 due to the ESU program.
MS has not updated their stance on ending support for Edge on Win7 & is still saying it ends in Jan 2022. And I would put money on it that they won't change it. Since 7 ESUs end at the end of 2022 & they want to start shutting things down on 7 to try to spur moving on to a newer version. And BTW, just like I said in my original post, Google said recently that they will end Chrome support on Win7 the same time Microsoft ends Edge support, which is in January. I told you in my first post when it is, so why would you wildly speculate out your backside about it??????????
just use firefox.
Hi, could you tell me if this Bypass works with Windows 7 Ultimate? or just the Professional and Enterprise version?
It actually works for starter, homebasic, homepremium, pro, ultimate and enterprise, but pro, ultimate and enterprise are the officially supported by MSFT SKUs.
Thanks for clarifying
So, you mean 7 pro, ultimate and enterprise is not necessary to install the script or buy esu? You "naturally" have updates until 2023?
No, what i said is that the tool works on all win 7 SKUs but officially only Ultimate, Professional and Enterprise are supported by MSFT. And it's best to use the tool only on those SKUs.
Oh now i understand. I will try on home premium to see!
will work great for sure . his win7 simplix tool is awesome & no any other tool can compete with it.
Not sure the same will apply but I couldn't get a browser going in XP VM. Put a google browser in that supported XP. I got a warning computer clock was wrong. Snoop around in settings. Exported all the https/ssl certs out of my chrome browser and went to the browser in XP, deleted those and imported mine. Works great now. BTW, several tab of those, make sure you export/import into the same ones. The problems happen when all the certificates are expired.
POSReady 7 is entering ESU this week. Will there be a bypass too?