Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by LM3, Aug 1, 2015.
What is the file in the Win 10 ISO that I can insert my key so it loads with the install?
You need to DL the same version of win 10 that you have, HOME - Win 10 Home an so on.
You then upgrade, you don't need a key. Then after you upgrade it will get activated, then you can clean install windows and it will get activated with no key.
Not what I asked.
There are no keys unless you go out an buy a retail version.
So no key to insert
My bad, sorry.
It comes up and asks for a key. You can skip until later so there must be a file with a blank entry for the key.
Just skip, there is no key. Unless you bought a OEM or retail.
Windows 10 uses automatically a set of generic keys. The HWID of the machine you upgrade becomes your new License.
NO KEYS NEEDED AT ALL!
... Neo, there is no spoon at all .
At least doggie chose the correct pill .
Do not try and bend the key, that's impossible, instead try to realize the truth, it's HWID.
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I have read the threads about 10240. Does Toolkit activate it?
If you enter correct Windows.10.and.Office.2016.gVLK first, yes. Then press Activate and/or install AutoKMS, do not use 'EZ-Activator', install AutoKMS via the drop-down.
Doggie is still optimistic they will learn in the end ... he only hopes the end is nigh ...
You got that slightly wrong; that's the 'Pirates-Route' for Fresh Installs without upgrading, arrrrhh!!!
why dont you explain things when you give advice. instead of making stupid comments. we ask for help get sent to another page to look for things and you come back being stupid. make the search easy to use then we might get the right answer instead of arrrrhh!!!.
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Can offer a :buttplug: to spend some solace .
EDIT: And i would never ever dare to help anybody here, i swear.
I use this method, after I activated via upgrade... It works. It activates after Windows installs automatically. Saves me typing in my key each time...
I answered the OP's question, as asked. He didn't ask for a key, just the name of the file.
You have reacted very wrong, the answer he gave is correct. NO KEY NEEDED TO UPGRADE.
Just do it the recomended way NEVER PUT A KEY, not needed anymore, just update first from your running and activated OS and upgrade (home to 10 home, and Pro to 10 Pro, then when on line first time it get activated and the ID of your Machine is now on activation servers, and next time you need to reinstall on that machine agin NO KEY NEEDED FOR CLEAN REINSTALL AFTER THE UPGRADE, SKIP IT when requested, once you are on line it will activate again.
Skipping the key question results in the same situation, you do not need to enter any key when upgraded and doing a clean install...