What tool do I need to use to get rid of activation on Win7 Enterprise x64?

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  1. arcooke

    arcooke MDL Novice

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    #1 arcooke, Dec 21, 2014
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    My power went out, my computer (presumably) went through some kind of repair process and it broke my activation crack that's been working flawlessly for the past 3 years.

    I downloaded the latest Windows Loader, and it said Unsupported Operating System, and I found out it doesn't support Enterprise. What are my options here? I've been searching all over the place and I can't find any way to get my Enterprise copy activated. I read something about HAL7600 but also read that it doesn't work on x64.

    Any help is greatly appreciated, I don't know what kind of time limit I have right now until Windows locks me out.

    EDIT: I continued searching and found Windows Toolkit and used the "EZ-Activator" option which seemed to work. Windows says I'm activated now. Am I able to use Windows Update with that?

    EDIT 2: Nevermind, something is still not right. It says "Windows is Activated" in my system properties, but I just got a tooltip in my systray saying that it has expired.
     
  2. s1ave77

    s1ave77 MDL Guide Dog/Dev

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  3. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    Or you maybe use in an elevated Command Prompt ther SLMGR for to change or remove the Product-Key and than use MTK to activate again, if you use an Enterprise or VL Version.
     
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  4. s1ave77

    s1ave77 MDL Guide Dog/Dev

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    No need. He used 'EZ-Activator' which installs the matching gVLK first, then activates and installs AutoKMS (and connected Tasks) :cool2:.
     
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  5. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    I'm fine with that, no needed but: just an other way how which it could be done! Sombody like this, somebody that and somebody another!
     
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  6. WildByDesign

    WildByDesign MDL Addicted

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    Another thing to consider here is if something has changed the system date/time in the BIOS as a result of whatever happened during the power failure. Since you said activation was successful yet showing expired, just another thought.
     
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