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Try this link Frank.I Have windows 7 premium on my Dell desk top and Dell lap top,I have the Windows 10 icon on the bottom right on my screen,but I am happy with windows 7 and it says window 10 is only good for a year,then what,try click on the high lighted section on the link I sent you. Windows 10 You ve got questions ve got answers ZDNet
‘Rearm’ trick on Windows 7 is done using the similar commands and steps withWindows Vista. Follow these steps to reset and extend activation grace period from 30 days to 120 days in Windows 7: Install Windows 7 without any product activation key. After installation is completed, use the Windows 7 for 30 days and wait for the remaining days left to activate Windows counting down to 0, or almost zero. When the activation grace period (or evaluation trial period) is almost expired or ended, log on to Windows 7 desktop, and open a Command Prompt window (i.e. type Cmd in Start Search and hit Enter). Type any of the following commands into the command prompt, and then hit Enter: sysprep /generalize slmgr.vbs –rearm rundll32 slc.dll,SLReArmWindows slmgr /rearm Reboot Windows 7 to enjoy another 30 days of free usage without worrying about activation nor even need to crack Windows 7. When the activation grace period countdown timer almost running down to 0 again, repeat the ‘rearm’ trick to enjoy another 30 days of Windows 7 for free. User can run the rearm command for maximum of 3 times.
First, try attaching the camcorder via usb cable with the camera OFF, then turning it on. This may trigger Windows to activate the driver scanner and activate the driver. If you've been attaching with camcorder off, try attaching with it on, to see if that activates driver installation.
If that doesn't work, you may have a low-power usb plug; often the usb ports in the back of the computer put out more juice than the handy ones on the front. You may also need a shorter and more robust usb cable; I've found with various cameras and phones that certain usb cables work fine for recharging but won't necessarily provide adequate data transfer.
LOL, sounds like you've got a bogus copy of windows on your computer. Who put it there? Did you have some jackleg repairman do it? If you turn your laptop over you should see a windows certificate of authentication (COA) sticker affixed to the bottom with a series of 5 numbers and letters. This is the genuine copy of windows that was installed on your machine and anytime you reinstall your operating system or replace your hard drive, motherboard, it must be keyed in to reactivate windows. On Windows 7 the COA might be inside the battery case. You can try activating your copy by keying in the coa key, if it is not legitimate then it won't activate.
There is no method to solve this thing. When you use fake serial or use any crack/patch on your microsoft installation, it gets detected by online resources of microsoft during online activities.
You should try to reinstall your windows, but then, next time while updating, checkoff the update I'm mentioning below. The following update of windows checks genuine software so better not to install them.
Update for Windows 7 (KB971033)
Download size: 1.2 MB
Update type: Important
This update to Windows Activation Technologies detects activation exploits and tampering to key Windows system files. These exploits try to bypass regular Windows activation and are sometimes included within counterfeit copies of Windows.