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Windows 10 Professional (OEM) key $14.00 - Key only!

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Last Edited by jersharocks June 16, 2016 at 12:05 PM
If you need a key for a new built machine. Seller ratings on Trustpilot are looking good. Not sure if they charge tax.

http://opiumpulses.com/store/1259...ofessional


It looks like price went up to 15.xx for some reason
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Last Edited by Willee_ June 16, 2016 at 08:11 AM
I have gone through the trouble of using these keys and know they can be frustrating to get activated. Here is how I have had repeated success.

The steps below are for anyone that is upgrading from Windows 7,8, or 10 Home Edition to Windows 10 Pro with OEM
  1. Go here [microsoft.com] to download a Windows 10 ISO tool to create the new image for Windows 10 on a USB
  2. Install from USB like you normally would with a new install
  3. When Windows 10 is finished installing click the Windows button, type Settings and click on Settings, go to Update & security > Activation > Change Product key
  4. Use VK7JG-NPHTM-C97JM-9MPGT-3V66T as the product key. This is a Windows 10 pro default key that will initiate the upgrade process
  5. This will download the upgrade and restart your computer a couple times.
  6. Once the upgrade is finished you will want to go back in and change the key to your key that you purchased. To do this follow the instructions like before. Click the Windows button, type Settings and click on Settings, go to Update & security > Activation > Change Product key
  7. You should now have an activated version of Windows 10 Pro using your key that you purchased.

Here are some links that will give you more information if needed.
http://betanews.com/2015/12/21/up...oduct-key/
https://www.microsoft.com/en-in/s.../windows10

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#3
This legit? Seriously, $14 for a new OS sounds pretty good.
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#4
Sounds too good to be true... But do these expire? I'm looking to build a new pc by the end of the year.
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Isn't / wasn't windows 10 free or has that year time frame already expired?
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trying to figure out the in/outs of this, doesn't sound right.
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Quote from Pctek4456 View Post :
Isn't / wasn't windows 10 free or has that year time frame already expired?
Free if you have a Windows 7 or 8 on your machine.
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#8
Well, I got one, immediately after payment received jpg's of the labels with the Windows keys. Going to go create a VM I've been looking to make, and see if it installs okay.
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dang I just got a key from kinguin for 30$. they emailed me a photo of the oem sticker.
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Does anyone know how they're doing this at that price?
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#11
is this 32 or 64 bit?
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Does anyone know how they're doing this at that price?
probably company bought 1,000 pcs and they need windows 7.
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is this 32 or 64 bit?
Believe you can use it for either.
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People are still buying keys from the shady dealer of the week?
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Quote from poohbie View Post :
Does anyone know how they're doing this at that price?
Laptops usually come with an OEM sticker that has a key on it that isn't used. Unscrupulous sellers get these keys and sell them. Technically against Microsoft's EULA but not illegal as far as I know.
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