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Buy Windows 8 Pro Product Key


To use KMS, you need to have a KMS host available on your local network. Computers that activate with a KMS host need to have a specific product key. This key is sometimes referred to as the KMS client key, but it is formally known as a Microsoft Generic Volume License Key (GVLK). Computers that are running volume licensing editions of Windows Server and Windows client are, by default, KMS clients with no extra configuration needed as the relevant GVLK is already there.




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If you want to activate Windows without a KMS host available and outside of a volume-activation scenario (for example, you're trying to activate a retail version of Windows client), these keys will not work. You will need to use another method of activating Windows, such as using a MAK, or purchasing a retail license. Get help to find your Windows product key and learn about genuine versions of Windows.


If you are converting a computer from a KMS host, MAK, or retail edition of Windows to a KMS client, install the applicable product key (GVLK) from the list below. To install a client product key, open an administrative command prompt on the client, and run the following command and then press Enter:


For help finding your product key, see Find your Windows product key. For troubleshooting and other info about updating Windows 11, see Windows Update: FAQ or Troubleshoot problems updating Windows. For info on upgrading to Windows 11, see Upgrade to Windows: FAQ.


If you have a Windows product key you used on your device before the hardware change, enter it by selecting Start > Settings > System > Activation , and then selecting Change product key.


The product key used on this device didn't work with this edition of Windows. You might need to get in touch with the store or company you bought Windows from, enter a different product key, or go to the Store to buy genuine Windows.


You must use a valid product key to activate Windows. Your product key should be in the confirmation email you received after buying Windows, included with the packaging that came with your device, or on the Certificate of Authenticity (COA) attached to the back or bottom of your device.


You might see this error if you entered a product key for a different edition of Windows than the edition installed on your device. You might also see this error if you previously upgraded to Windows 11, but the current edition of Windows installed on your device doesn't match the edition of your digital license.


You might see this error if you entered a product key for a different version or edition of Windows. For example, a product key for the Enterprise edition of Windows 11can't be used to activate Windows 11 Home or Windows 11 Core editions.


You might see this error if the product key has already been used on another device, or it's being used on more devices than the Microsoft Software License Terms allow. To fix the problem, buy a product key for each one of your devices to activate Windows on them.


If you made a substantial hardware changes to your device (such as replacing the motherboard) and you have a valid product key, try to activate Windows by phone. In the search box on the taskbar, type SLUI 04, select SLUI 04 from the list of results, and then follow the instructions on the screen to activate Windows. For more info about reactivating Windows 11 (Version 1607 or later) after a hardware change, see Reactivating Windows after a hardware change.


You might see this error if you entered a product key for the Enterprise edition of Windows to activate Windows 11 Home or Windows 11 Pro. Enter a product key that matches the edition of Windows on your device.


This error occurs when a Volume License (a license that was bought from Microsoft by an organization to install Windows on multiple devices) was used on more devices than the Microsoft Software License Terms allow. To fix the problem, you might need to use a different product key to activate Windows on your device. Contact your organization's support person for more info.


You might see this error if you entered a product key for the Enterprise edition of Windows to activate Windows 11 Home or Windows 11 Pro. Try entering a product key that matches the edition of Windows on your device.


For help finding your product key, see Find your Windows product key. For troubleshooting and other info about updating Windows 10, see Windows Update: FAQ or Troubleshoot problems updating Windows. For info on upgrading to Windows 10, see Upgrade to Windows: FAQ.


If you have a Windows product key you used on your device before the hardware change, enter it by selecting Start > Settings > Update & Security > Activation , and then selecting Change product key.


You might see this error if you entered a product key for a different edition of Windows than the edition installed on your device. You might also see this error if you previously upgraded to Windows 10, but the current edition of Windows installed on your device doesn't match the edition of your digital license.


You might see this error if you entered a product key for a different version or edition of Windows. For example, a product key for the Enterprise edition of Windows 10 can't be used to activate Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Core editions.


If you made a substantial hardware changes to your device (such as replacing the motherboard) and you have a valid product key, try to activate Windows by phone. In the search box on the taskbar, type SLUI 04, select SLUI 04 from the list of results, and then follow the instructions on the screen to activate Windows. For more info about reactivating Windows 10 (Version 1607 or later) after a hardware change, see Reactivating Windows after a hardware change.


You might see this error if you entered a product key for the Enterprise edition of Windows to activate Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro. Enter a product key that matches the edition of Windows on your device.


You might see this error if you entered a product key for the Enterprise edition of Windows to activate Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro. Try entering a product key that matches the edition of Windows on your device.


The Windows 7 or Windows 8 product keys that commonly work for this method are the retail and OEM varieties. Only sporadic success has been reported for volume license keys (i.e., enterprise or educational licenses) working with this loophole.


But what happens if someone buys a Windows 8 PRO laptop, and wants to downgrade to Windows 7 Pro.I've heard a few different confusing and conflicting things. I've heard that if you have a computer with Windows 8 Pro and install Windows 7 Pro on it, you just use the Windows 7 Pro DVD install the OS, and type in the Windows 8 Pro product key, and bam you're activated. But maybe I misunderstood this. I've heard some people say you need to use a Windows 7 volume key. But also, now Windows 8 laptops are shipping without a product key sticker (COA).So basically, how do I activate Win 7 Pro on a computer that shipped with Windows 8 Pro, without spending any more money, and without having a Windows 7 volume license?I've heard that I need to get install media from the manufacturer? Why can't I install Windows 7 from generic media?


I just don't quite understand Microsofts activation process.I know Windows computes some kind of system description and sends it to Microsoft, so if too much hardware changes, Microsoft will think it's a new system and require you reactive windows. Does Microsoft's activation server take a look at that hardware description and say "ohhh, that guy already activated Windows 8 Pro, so we can activate Windows 7 Pro" So am I supposed to punch in ANY Windows 7 key? or am I supposed to punch in a Windows 8 key?


To sum it up, grab a copy of Win7 Pro, install it and when you don't have a product key to enter call the Activation support phone number. On the laptop, look under the battery for the Win8 Pro key - a lot of manufacturers hide it there now. If it's not there, the person on the phone should be able to help you through the process. 041b061a72


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