I just bought a HP Pavilion 15-n096ea which came pre-installed with Windows 8. I decided to install Windows 7 onto it, since I hate Windows 8. After I installed it, I tried activating it using the MS Toolkit 2.4.9 (the EZ-Activator tool), but I was given this message: "Cannot Activate because this product is incapable of KMS Activation". | So I decided to give Windows (Daz) Loader 2.2.1 a try and I'm given the message: "Unsupported partition table". Here's how I installed Windows 7: I went into the UEFI firmware settings (which I guess is BIOS, I'm not sure, it's very similar). Then I disabled "secure boot", enabled "legacy support" and installed Windows 7 Ultimate from a disk that I've been installing from for a couple of other (non-Win8) computers, which worked just fine. Whilst installing the OS, I deleted all the partitions except the 'Recovery' partition and installed the OS onto the unformatted partition. What did I do wrong? Or is there something else I should've done. P.S: Please talk easy, I'm not a very computer-savvy guy. Thanks.