have all oem slp win 7 keys been blocked now?

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  1. mastershake

    mastershake MDL Member

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    tested on windows 10 1155 as well as the prior rtm release and it says the keys have been blocked. i tried a number of them. this machine came with windows 7 x64 home premium but the tag on the bottom has been mostly worn / torn away so i no longer have the dell lic key. windows 7 was fully activated and passed genuine test then when installing windows 10 (either build) it does work, with the 1155 i get the key is not digitally entitled and with the older rtm i get the key has been blocked. i tried with both dell keys as well as a few others.

    any ideas?
     
  2. bromanbro

    bromanbro MDL Member

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    MS ARE NOT going to block 7 OEM SLC(SLP?) keys, as the majority of upgrades are coming from machines utilizing them.


    Are you sure that you're installing a Dell OEM Win7 with the edition that you purchased (Home Premium probably), then upgrading to Windows 10 Home (you cannot go from 7 HP>10 Pro)?
     
  3. mastershake

    mastershake MDL Member

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    100% sure have done this many times in the past on the older rtm of windows 10. so far i have 4 machines now in front of me that i had win 7 installed one and then did the upgrade (because using the gather trick did not work either) and even after the upgrade it says the keys are blocked. if i try with 1155 it says the lic is not digitally entitled.
     
  4. not_a_user

    not_a_user MDL Novice

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    Get a W7 Pro OEM KEY from the internet
    install xrm-ms Cert matching your SLIC
    Activate
    Upgrade From Windows 7 ( with the tool)
    Reinstall Windows 10
    Profit
     
  5. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Try it this way: http://forums.mydigitallife.net/thr...etail)/page2?p=1185259&viewfull=1#post1185259
     
  6. mastershake

    mastershake MDL Member

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    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    #7 Enthousiast, Dec 9, 2015
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    Only 7 OEM:NON SLP or retail key should work.

    What you can do is create a clean 7 premium msdn iso and implement the Multi OEM Project (maintained by the guardian), that install should be genuinly activated by the slic2.1 bioskey. Validate the activation @ MS to be sure. Now do the upgrade.

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  8. mastershake

    mastershake MDL Member

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    i only have oem slp keys because the one on the bottom is torn off. ill try again to activate that way i validated the win 7 install with ie before doing any of these upgrades. and every time the win 7 passed genuine status.
     
  9. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    Not such issue, recently for fun installed Win 7 on Optiplex 380, did not bother with any drivers apart from network, OEM key (not the one from sticker)+certificate, upgraded straight after to W10 1511, 20 min later fully activated.
    Reinstalled W10 fresh, instantly activated

    You must be doing something not right

    sebus
     
  10. mastershake

    mastershake MDL Member

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    i hate to say it but i honestly think it was something on microsofts end. i came home did exactly as i did yesterday and they both are activated now. no issues at all. not sure exactly why as i said i have updated many systems to win 10 this way with no issues at all.