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About a week ago, I downloaded Windows 8. The download was successful and Win 8. This Activate Screen asks me to enter a Product Key. It gives me an error code of 0xcc which states that the activation server has blocked my product key. It also gives the last five 5 characters of the blocked product key. Well, I never entered a product key during the upgrade so I'm not sure where the product key came from. I did a web search for the last five characters of the product key and it appears to be all over the web.
I used an application that showed the last fifteen 15 characters of the product key in my PC for Win 8. How do I activate Windows 8. MS Store did not provide a key with the download.
Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. The agent at the Activation Site promptly asked me for the long string of numbers on the Activation Page.
This is the installation ID number. I have been through this route before. I spent hours on the phone with Tech Support. They remotely accessed my PC and spent hours trying to solve this problem. I downloaded and installed the upgrade.
A Key that I have no idea where it came from!!! This PC desktop was purchased just about a year ago from Hewlett Packard online. It came with Windows 8 installed. This was a Windows 8 to Windows 8. I have been avoiding a System Refresh or complete Restore because of the work involved but this may be my only option since both Microsoft and Hewlett Packard can't seem to help.
Was the computer supplied with Windows 8 or was that an upgrade. Check under the laptop for a COA label, Windows 7 has them 8 does not. If Windows 8 came preinstalled I would back up all personal files and data, use the recovery tools to reinstate the laptop back to factory state, apply all outstanding updates and then reapply the 8. Preinstalled versions from a large system manufacturer would all have the same key so that key would be fairly well known.
The key only works on that manufacturers equipment and only on the right systems to have that version of Windows. I may have a solution for you. I had a similar problem. This will only work if you have a digital windows key. Once you have it, just enter it in the activation window. I had to check the 'MSDM Key' check box to get the key from my motherboard, otherwise it just showed me the generic one that windows grabbed. The main system manufacturers each have one key for each of the versions of Windows they install.
So every HP laptop with Windows 8 preinstalled will have the same key, for 8 Pro a different key but on every laptop again, now system come with 8. Dell in turn has their own set of keys. Because they are all the same and anybody can run Belarc any post on the web will refer to the same key so yes it is very likely it is all over the Web.
I and others on here have all the manufacturer keys for Windows 7. These keys are secure not because they can't be found as obviously they can but because they cannot easily be replicated on a non factory board.
These keys will only work with the pre-installed version of Windows supplied to the manufacturer and don't need authentication, the Windows installation is pre-authenticated. If you then download an ISO of Windows it will be a version that needs authentication so you then have to enter a key.
If the key used is the one extracted from the system even if it is for the right version of Windows this will fail because the server will recognise it as a key that does not require authentication. I am not sure what Windows 8 does but Windows 7 responds with "this license cannot be authenticated", not that it is invalid.
Because Windows 8 will not install without a key being entered there is a set of temporary keys which will pass for the installer but will not authenticate for continued use.
If you have Windows 8 there are only 2 ways to install 8. Either you upgrade from the store in which case the key applied is the original 8 key. Or download and install a completely separate Windows 8. As much as I hated to go through the troubles associated with a "System Refresh" reinstalling all of my existing apps , I got tired of being bounced around by Microsoft and Hewlett Packard.
I really think that Microsoft should have been able to give me more information other that "The activation server has blocked your product key". The download completed but the install failed and reverted back to Windows 8. I think that something was changed by the failed install of Windows 8 Pro. Everyone focused on the Windows Product Key being needed. In any case, I am now running Windows 8.
Tell us about your experience with our site. It's no wonder that MS has blocked this key. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Vijay B Replied on November 22, Hi Dennis, When you upgrade to Windows 8.
This issue might occur if Windows activation file gets corrupted. I would suggest you to activate over phone. Select your 'Country' from the list. Choose the 'Phone Activation' option. Please reply with the status of the issue, so that we could help you better.
Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? In reply to Vijay B's post on November 22, I followed your instructions and now I have come full circle with no answer. HP's tech support is worse than Microsoft. It seems simple to me. It's time for me to change my loyalties away from Microsoft and Hewlett Packard.
Can anyone help me???? In reply to HairyFool's post on November 23, HairyFool Replied on November 23, In reply to dennisjf's post on November 23, First of all, I have been waiting over a month to upgrade to 8. WIndows 8 has updated last week, and now here is my problem: NO modern apps will launch, the store will try to open then close after about 5 seconds. I did a search how to upgrade to 8.
SO I can't stop the installation and try to install 8. I have Windows 8 installed, I can't launch any apps from the start screen, I can't upgrade manually to 8. In reply to dennisjf's post on December 11, PavelZapletal Replied on November 23, All you need is this simple program called Windows 8 Product Key Viewer.
Mehdi Sadughi Replied on February 11, The solution is using softwares that find your production Keys. HairyFool Replied on December 10, In reply to HairyFool's post on December 10, I have resolved "MY" problem. Someone at Microsoft or Hewlett Packard should have been able to tell me that. Thanks to those who contributed.
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Did this solve your problem? United States - English. Anybody know how i can get the product key? How satisfied are you with this response? If you're experiencing activation issues , see Why can't I activate Windows and Get help with Windows activation errors.
Windows 8.1 Product Key?
Indonesia Bahasa - Bahasa. Is it Windows OEM version? Surely, above two ways work sometimes. The product key or digital license can't be substituted for one another.
Find your Windows product key
If an Office app prompts you to activate, sign in with your Microsoft account instead of a product key. The solution is using softwares that find your production Keys. The product key or digital license can't be substituted for one another. A message should pop up to notify you later that new product key has been installed. I had a similar problem. For info about how to activate Windows 10, see Activation in Windows The agent at the Activation Site promptly asked me for the long string of numbers on the Activation Page. Sorry this didn't help. The download completed but the install failed and reverted back to Windows 8. You're using Office Office prompting me for a product key Do I need a product key to reinstall Office? If you're experiencing activation issues , see Why can't I activate Windows and Get help with Windows activation errors. Sorry this didn't help. Is it Windows OEM version?