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[Windows 10] Digital License (HWID) & KMS38™ Generation
If using HWIDGEN ties the windows activation with the motherboard, would this ever cause problems if I sell my motherboard to someone else when they try to activate/install windows?
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(05-17-2020, 09:36 PM)vantesv Wrote: If using HWIDGEN ties the windows activation with the motherboard, would this ever cause problems if I sell my motherboard to someone else when they try to activate/install windows?

Digital activation ties activation to more than just the motherboard. Microsoft says you have to make "significant hardware changes, such as changing your motherboard" for the system to lose its activation. They don't actually say all the system components that activation is tied to, but it's safe to say it's not just the motherboard.

So bottom line, if you replace your motherboard and sell your old one to someone else, your system would no longer be activated, and the person who installed your old motherboard would also not be activated. So you can safely sell your motherboard without worrying someone else will get your activation.
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Thanks!  That's exactly what I wanted to know
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(05-17-2020, 09:36 PM)vantesv Wrote: If using HWIDGEN ties the windows activation with the motherboard, would this ever cause problems if I sell my motherboard to someone else when they try to activate/install windows?

3 months back my Asus mobo died. I could exchange it for free because it is under warranty. But i forgot that and bought new Gigabyte mobo. Win10 loaded on new mobo without problem but after 2 days it unregistered itself from pro to trial. I ran hwidgen again to register it. Since registration depends on multiple hardware components there is no need to be panic. Remember you are not a genuine user. So you can run hwidgen as many times as you want with new hardware to get registered. Just use kms38 mode to register locally without contacting M$ servers.
If you are genuine user, you have option to link your registration with email-id. Even i linked my win10 registration to a dummy email account few times and unlinked again. M$ know all our crap but they don't care. They get all money from business and corporate people.
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windows defender blocked the download...
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(05-20-2020, 02:55 PM)littlewolf Wrote: windows defender blocked the download...
disable realtime protection and cloudprotection and download. Once you have the file enable protection again. Put the file in a folder and whitelist the entire folder in AV before unpacking

It's a false-positive!
If you don't feel comfortable disabling real-time protection to get the file let me know (also let me know if you want the GUI/automated version or the manual version)
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107 107 107 107 107 OK,I'm good.
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Hi,

I am totally new on this website, so sorry for the stupidity. 32

Is the latest version the one provided on "MIRROR 1" on the first post ?

Thanks by advance
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(05-23-2020, 05:01 PM)MotionGrey Wrote: Hi,

I am totally new on this website, so sorry for the stupidity. 32

Is the latest version the one provided on "MIRROR 1" on the first post ?

Thanks by advance
yes it is
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Hi! Newbie here.

Thank you for this amazing tool. 

I'd like to ask if there's any way I can change from KMS38 to just HWID?
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