Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by sebus, Apr 16, 2016.
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I think that reinserting a generic key with slmgr /ipk xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx should do the job
Anyway. why clone the system after the activation? Just configure it, then clone, then activate.
That will be next try (configure, capture but WITHOUT activate)
Does GenuineTicket.xml work at ANY time or only during the initial setup?
Default key, as in VK7JG.... ?
Keep in mind that no on knows what happens after the 29/7
Isn't that the one for 8.1 pro? You need the generic one for win 10.
Hence I am trying to do it before 29/7...
VK7JG... is the only generic key I can find for W10 Pro
Yes you are right. A bit of bad memory on my side....
By cloning an activated install you have tied it to a HWID. Identical hardware does not yield the same HWID. I don't think that you can use the same genuine ticket again either.
Thanks for stating OBVIOUS!
Of course I am NOT using the same ticket, I am using ticket PER hardware! (Steps 1 & 2 are run on BOTH PC1 & PC2)
You are overwriting machine specific registry entries with data from another machine. It won't work.
You are just wrong here.
What he is attempting is the same as trying to move a system drive from one machine to another. It knows that it does not belong there.
Done that, but in case I followed your existing instructions
Activated as expected, thanks a lot!
Yes. That is a pretty normal task.
Looks like Gharlane00 pronounced the last famous words, then
Gharlane00 should refrain from giving any kind of advice...
Have you tried putting the GenuineTicket in place offline (in PE)?
Problem is solved, so the thread is closed (as requested by OP).