FS: Windows 7 Pro Keys -- best prices, volume discounts, Windows 10 Upgrade!!

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Avengeance

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I have a bunch of Windows 7 Professional keys. Fully legit non-MSDN keys; guaranteed to work or I'll replace it or give you a full refund. Eligible for an upgrade to Windows 10 Pro or direct install with Windows 7 Pro or Windows 10 Pro. Can even use them to upgrade Windows 10 Home to Pro

$10 each; $8 each for three or more!



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Are these still available? I am guessing these cant be upgraded to 10 now, correct?
 

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Finally, after about a month got around to using the Windows 7 Pro key to install Windows 10 Anniversary Pro.

Well, I can tell everyone, Windows 10 version 1607 activated without a hitch!!!

Huge bump for an awesome seller!
 

ScubaSteve

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Finally, after about a month got around to using the Windows 7 Pro key to install Windows 10 Anniversary Pro.

Well, I can tell everyone, Windows 10 version 1607 activated without a hitch!!!

Huge bump for an awesome seller!

Can you give details on this? I'm stuck

Just for shits and giggles, I did a direct install of windows 10 (new PC) and tried to activate. No go.

I installed windows 7. Activated. All is good.

I use the in-system Windows update thing to try and go to Windows 10. Twice it's gotten stuck at 99% (and yes I let it sit for like 8 hours, like the official microsoft answers website says).

If I make an ISO on USB, will I be able to install & activate Windows 10 via that, or does it have to be done via the upgrade in-system thing?

Just hoping for some pointers before I mess up this good install of 7.

Thanks
 

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I downloaded the Media Creation Tool on a different system.

I then downloaded the ISO image from the Media Creation Tool and burned the ISO to a DVD.

I started the install and when it asked for the product key I then used the key that I got from [Ion] and it activated without any issues.

I have actually gotten several PM's regarding this and I'm not sure what the difference would possibly be.
 

trasixes

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I'm trying to use the key I bought to upgrade Win 10 home to Win 10 Pro. Is this possible without a reinstall? I've tried going to the store, and clicking I have a key under the Win 10 Pro upgrade thing, but that was a no-go. I also tried upgrading via the "change key" button, but that didn't work either.
 

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I downloaded the Media Creation Tool on a different system.

I then downloaded the ISO image from the Media Creation Tool and burned the ISO to a DVD.

I started the install and when it asked for the product key I then used the key that I got from [Ion] and it activated without any issues.

I have actually gotten several PM's regarding this and I'm not sure what the difference would possibly be.
Well I made it to Windows 10! :)

The media creation tool wouldn't recognize my thumb drive, so I used "rufus" to make a bootable thumb drive. Booted from that but then during the install when I said I was upgrading, it told me to reboot to windows 7, then run the ISO from within Windows 7.

Did that, it installed, I did NOT re-enter the CD key (skipped that step), and it picked it up from the Windows 7 install. So now I have an activated Windows 10.

I should be able to do a fresh install now, but I'm gonna wait until tomorrow to try it :)
 

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Well I made it to Windows 10! :)

The media creation tool wouldn't recognize my thumb drive, so I used "rufus" to make a bootable thumb drive. Booted from that but then during the install when I said I was upgrading, it told me to reboot to windows 7, then run the ISO from within Windows 7.

Did that, it installed, I did NOT re-enter the CD key (skipped that step), and it picked it up from the Windows 7 install. So now I have an activated Windows 10.

I should be able to do a fresh install now, but I'm gonna wait until tomorrow to try it :)

When I did the install, I used the "advanced" setting to delete the partition and recreate one. Then allowed Windows to do the format and start from scratch.
 

[Ion]

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I'm trying to use the key I bought to upgrade Win 10 home to Win 10 Pro. Is this possible without a reinstall? I've tried going to the store, and clicking I have a key under the Win 10 Pro upgrade thing, but that was a no-go. I also tried upgrading via the "change key" button, but that didn't work either.
I know that it worked before the official cut-off date..I have not tried it since. Did you look at the link in the OP?
 

trasixes

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I know that it worked before the official cut-off date..I have not tried it since. Did you look at the link in the OP?
Yep, I actually tried before the cut-off (shortly after buying the key from you). I figured there was a different way to do it, but hadn't tried again, then I saw this thread which reminded me.
 
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