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Merisan



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Merisan 28 May 2024, 12:39
Hi,

I am trying to Upgrade Windows from 8 to 11. But it's asking for product keys, however, I used my old product keys which is currently using in Windows 8 but it's showing error- wrong product key. I spoke to the customer supports but didn't get any help.

Using the old version I am not able to install software as they are not compatible with the older version of Windows.

Need help, what can I do now.

Thanks

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Furs



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Furs 28 May 2024, 14:00
Well obviously you need to buy a new product key for Windows 11. Or just use it without?

or find a way to get it for free if you know what I mean
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Merisan 28 May 2024, 16:37
Will my Windows 8 product key not work on Windows 11?

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bitRAKE 28 May 2024, 23:47
https://pureinfotech.com/upgrade-to-windows-11-from-windows-8-1/
The in-place upgrade process from Win8 has been officially discontinued, afaik.

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edfed 30 May 2024, 22:39
what about update from win3.11 to win11?
maybe that's downgrade...

i have two identical PC, one with 7, and the other with 10...
7 starts in 15 seconds, 10 starts in 2 or 3 minutes....
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bitRAKE 31 May 2024, 01:45
Turning a PC off in 2024 - how quaint.

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revolution 31 May 2024, 03:23
bitRAKE wrote:
Turning a PC off in 2024 - how quaint.
Yeah, MS will hate you for turning off their spy box. Gotts keep that data flowing to the mothership.
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Furs 31 May 2024, 14:38
bitRAKE wrote:
Turning a PC off in 2024 - how quaint.
I turn it off every night. Why waste electricity and wear? It boots in 4 seconds if you exclude BIOS (Linux though), and I want the BIOS hardware check to be done anyway.

I never use sleep or hibernation or whatever crap they have nowadays. I want it in a fresh state anyway (in terms of RAM and such).
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