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Best Answer phillpower2 , 05 November 2020 - 05:33 AM

There is no such thing as a trial version of Windows 10 Pro liz602m. What you may have is a Windows 10 Pro installation that has not been activated and therefore needs a Windows product key to... Go to the full post »


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I bought my computer though "Offer Up"  it had Windows Pro on it, I have  not had a single problem with it  until out of the blue I got that error, it tells me to go to settings but nothing helps and it is constantly popping up any ideas? I would appreciate any help, thank you....  


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There is no such thing as a trial version of Windows 10 Pro liz602m.

 

What you may have is a Windows 10 Pro installation that has not been activated and therefore needs a Windows product key to be entered.

 

Do you have a link to the article that you purchased on Offer Up.


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Well that is not good news, I will see if  I can find it thankyou!


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It would help if you can find it so we can check the specs that were advertised, if it only says Windows 10 Pro and does not mention that a Microsoft product key will be required to activate the OS imo it is mis selling and you have cause for complaint,


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