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Activation window keeps asking me to activate the software

I´ve installed the software, but after I activate it for the first time with a valid authorization code when I try to work with the software, the activating window keeps opening and asks me to activate the software again and again, and I do so but the software keeps closing.

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Try Internet Activation First

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If asked “Is this the first time you’re activating Windows?”, say yes. If you say no, the representative will ask for an explanation as to why you’re re-activating Windows.
If asked “Did you purchase the software from a retail store?”, say “It came pre-installed with my computer.”
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After you’ve given them the necessary information, the representative will read the Confirmation ID to you, which you can simply type into the provided fields. Using these methods, it takes about 4 minutes to activate Windows on average.

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