I have two computers which together have a single hard drive. I have installed Windows 10 on both and then activated the first Windows 10 on the first computer. Now when I boot the second computer, I am provided with a message saying that I need to activate Windows 10 on it. I have followed the steps in the article and it does not work. I even tried to activate Windows 10 using the normal method, but after doing that, it does not affect the other computer which is not activated yet. I can only activate Windows 10 on the computer that has a problem. Why is this happening?
To activate windows 10 on a system without internet connection, the system needs to be connected to a computer that has an active internet connection. The Windows settings will be stored on the system. You can activate it manually if you know the e-mail address of the account on the system. The steps are very simple and can be found here. For more information, go to the link in the article.
Why are there two windows 10s on the computer? The one on the first hard drive can be activated on the computer. The one on the second hard drive cannot be activated. You must have changed the partitions on the hard drive before activating the second copy.
Microsoft regularly sends updates to Windows. But when we try to install these updates on our computers, we get a message stating that the update cannot be installed because the computer isn’t activated. As a result, we cannot install these updates. Is there any way to fix this problem?
On a laptop with a removable SSD, sometimes it appears to activate Windows for a period of time after being removed from the computer, but the activation is never actually done. The only way to activate it is to put it back on the computer. If you have more than one hard drive, try plugging the hard drive you want to activate into another computer, and then put it into the computer with the issue.
I tried to burn an ISO of the Windows 10 upgrade to my drive, but it told me my windows was invalid. I checked the product key, and it was correct. I checked my activation settings, and everything was set as legit. I have a screen recording of the error, if anyone needs to see it.
You're correct, wgatray.exe is the culprit. I've looked and it does not appear to offer a way to disable it. Perhaps there is a way to disable it and use the Windows Store instead of the Microsoft Store to download apps? I'm not sure what is causing it to load.
This is for anyone who needs help. I had a similar issue where Windows would not let me activate. I did not have the correct product key. I had the same error when trying to burn the ISO. I did what I was told to try and fix my issue. It worked! Thanks for the help.
There is a possibility that the boot volume is corrupted. You need to format the boot volume to repair it. But that requires a reinstallation of Windows. You need to create a backup of all the data you want to save. Then, re-install your Windows 10 and restore the backup data. I have a lot of experience with this process and I can help you. 827ec27edc