Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by abhijeet-insider-10, Aug 2, 2015.
How can I activate windows 10 pro for permanent?
Upgrade an activated Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 activated install. And it is the lifetime of the pc not your lifetime
Upgrade from Daz Loaded Windows 7 to Windows 10 Pro
Or upgrade from 8.1 kmspico to windows 10 pro.
-_- I downloaded the iso of windows 10 RTM 10240 from torrent, now want to know how can I activate ? -_-
Any other method except upgrade? I want to clean install
Only Upgrade way for the Free Offer available.
Clean Install Windows 7 Ultimate SP1.
Active with Daz Loader 2.2.2.
Upgrade to Windows 10 PRO , wait activation , windows will not be immediately activated after install , wait 20-30 minutes.
Then do Clean Install Windows 10 PRO and Windows will be permanent activated.
install KMSPico. It will keep it activated constantly/lifetime as long as your computer will survive hehehe ! whats the fuss about permanent activation? its all same thing ! its not that you will get medal or extra benefit from permanent activation and not for KMS activation. or is it?
You might have noticed that there is a Free Upgrade that supersedes further KMS activation ... ?
You HAVE TO upgrade from the previous Windows and you can use Daz Loader for windows 7 and then upgrade and you will have "The Genuine Windows 10". After that you can clean install anytime you want. Just take more time for the first upgrade. Is is waste your time?
Upgrade is ok but if there any other....way....you can tell me
is there any activator released for windows 10?
Either do the upgrade, or rely on KMS activation already mentioned.
DO NOT POST STOLEN KEYS.
Ok , MDL moderator, i think mak key is block maybe
Your PC is not lifetime. I swear!
Try the search function ;-)
You can have clean install Windows 10, google and use this key --XW3GY to activate by phone like I did. It's working perfectly
There can be a small glitch, I think I already experienced one. The Win10 Upgrade makes the installation "system-builder-like", I mean when you change "too much" hardware, the installation deactivates and then there is not an easy way to activate it again (now it can be done using the ypgrade process again, but what about after one year of free upgrade offer?).
For example: I installed Win7 pro on a clean PC. I activated the installation and performed an upgrade to Win10 Pro. It activates and all was ok. BUT: then I tried something: I changed the processor (quadcore for tri-core), lowered the amount of RAM (removed one DDR3 stick) and even changed the AHCI controler to IDE mode. Then I tried the clean Win10 pro install and it refuses to activate (and it was definitely not the problem of overloaded activation MS servers). When I changed the IDE controller to AHCI and returned back the DDR3 stick (I only left the tri-core CPU in the socket), then resolved the "inaccessible boot device problem" and then booted back - the system activates correctly.
I have suspicion that when you install the upgrade and activate it, you can have problems activating the clean install due to driver changes only. While your system runs OK, you have installed some graphic drivers, controller drivers and whatever... but when you perform a clean reinstall then, you can have "default" drivers which the system can see as another hardware and possibly perform the deactivation due to "too much hardware changed". Some years ago I have read an article about the same problem on a system where the last thing that triggered the deactivation was the storage controller driver change. But I cannot confirm this on a Windows 10 - have not performed enough tests yet. Not to speak about the impossibility to transfer this kind of license (upgrade of Windows 7/8.1 to Windows 10).
Just wanted to note that.
Just wipe the drive and reinstall using the USB afterwards. Skip entering keys and it will become activated, if you ran the in-place upgrade before. I just tried with an empty drive on my laptop.