Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by davison_silva, Aug 16, 2015.
edited. script useless
If you did a Upgrade, there is only a generic key... So you don't need it anyway. Do a clean install with a generic key or leave it blank, after going online for the First time you will be automaticly activated with your Hardware id
my generic key ends: -8HVX7(using slmgr /dlv)
and in this code: -P7B9H
My installed key is the 3V66T
I get a -TCGTV with this. It also gets hits from Google when I search the entire key. Moreover, the key is not excepted as ANY key valid for Vista -> 10 in VAMT or any of our key testers here at MDL.
So what the hell is this, generating what it thinks is a key but not a real one lol. I am testing more on a couple other systems to see. Be back in a few.
first machine was upgraded to 10 from 8.1 Pro
Second machine was upgraded to 10 from 7 pro
both have 3V66T, and the script pulls out of its butt the TCGTV key that is useless.
and the third machine is clean install LTSB with a real MAK and it comes up with an erroneous key as well ending with -YG26V This key is also found on google.
What this script is pulling or making I dont know, but nothing to do with Windows 10 lol
i googled my key and found nothing.
so this is a real key or not
Old code and it's wrong. It doesn't support Windows 8.1 or up as there's no N character support.
We've been over this before. Windows 10 upgrade keys are generic. You won't have a unique one, period.
edited original post. its a BS script and useless, its pulling its keys out of its butt.
lol the key from the MAK (LTSB) machine using this script was used on warez sites for Office 2010 Pro. AND ITS NOT A 2010 PRO key either haha
thanks for tryin though. I should add that.
also, this was my free entertainment today