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slmgr.vbs re arm, you now have the max number of rearms


andy63walsh

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I tried to slmgr.vbs -rearm, it normally works, but now I get a message: Error 0xc004D307 - the maximum number of rearms has been exceeded you must reinstal OS system before trying to rearm. Any ideas?

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lotvic

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The message is self explanatory. Have you thought about buying a Product Key.

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andy63walsh

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got it secondhand and the guy said just do it now and then

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lotvic

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You are running an unactivated copy of your Windows Op Sys in Evaluation mode.

You may find the info on Heidoc.net to be of use and you can legally d/load W7 SP1 from the list on the page (scroll down to the 2nd panel for EnglishUSA) and make your own DVD to try out before you purchase a product key. (no user input is needed when you click on the .iso to download it is a direct link and the file d/loads)

This is what you have been doing (info from my link)

"Reset the evaluation timer. After 30 days of evaluation, you can reset the evaluation timer by opening the command prompt in admin mode, and typing in the command "slmgr -rearm". You can repeat this procedure up to 3 times, so your evaluation time will be 120 days altogether"

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