Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Sep 18, 2018.
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I have an issue i am on window 10 rs5 which is permanently activated via genuine MAK key ....
but recently i booted in safe mode and found errors like licensing was lost and SLUI errors were coming when i typed slmgr /xpr...
i rebooted back again from safe mode to normal mode and then again typed slmgr /xpr ...all was ok .
whats going on in safe mode with licensing?
this is the message i am getting when i type slmgr /xpr in safe mode.
Why do you want to activate in Safe mode ? It's only for fix things. Not for work.
but search bar is not taking text input when in safe mode..
So search in regular mode.
because He's a Professor.
i think it would be better if you refrain from personal attacks and stick with the topic of thread.
My Professor loves this build!
Anyone knows whats the default time period for " restore points in windows 10 RS 5 " , it was 90 days ...after that restore points were deleted.
maybe to free up space ?
@Ahsan you are posting your personel problems in this thread mostly unrelated with windows final build download. you can open new threads insted of posting every problem here.
To install Windows, I have a small partition on one of my SSDs onto which I extract Windows ISO. I then use EasyBCD to set it to boot from a menu choice. I boot from that, and install as any other way, USB drive, DVD, whatever. It is very fast since I am using my SSD drive, and very easy to do.
i am on legitimate windows 10 build 17763.292 and all issues and queries are related to it.
Do you think that version 1809 has become stable and it is good to use it instead of version 1803
1903 Final should be out next month. Just skip 1809.
this, 1809 has been one of the buggiest builds ever, just as buggy as 1803 was.
And you think 1903 will be any better? Can't you see the evergoing pattern! Not much will change from Microsoft.
how are your personel adventures like messing with windows activation in safe mode related with this specific thread?
Well what choice do we have? You see, if it was up to me, I would still be on Threshold 1 the first Windows 10 Build that was the fastest really but for people with laptops like me, particularly an MSI, I need the Windows Store to install apps like Nahimic which gives enhanced audio effects for my sound card. Now if I disable the Windows update, the Store won't work. Oh, and the latest nVIDIA Drivers won't install on older builds anyway. It's a very well laid out plan by Micro$h4ft, Intel, nVIDIA, and laptop manufacturers to ensure every one is on the latest Windows 10 build feeding Micro$h4ft with all he telemetry data they need.