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    Cikob
    Guest

    Bonjour, un grand merci pour le lien, merci.

    #14831773 Reply | Quote
    david
    Guest

    exceeded number of activations allowed so will not register
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    Lewis C
    Guest

    The license key provided cannot activated the software. The error message is “The license key has exceeded the number of activations allowed”. It is just my first time to activate it. It is not a TRUE giveaway software!!!

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    Lawrence
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    E5Q2PRGW-78FT3WZW-XYYG57QD-MV7P3SYG-MU5HEVFX-UU4Y7CP7
    The license key exceeds the number of activations allowed

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    AussiePete
    Guest

    For those who had trouble with activation then keep trying. I had the same trouble so I tried the next day and it activated without any problems.

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    Ashraf
    Keymaster

    UPDATE: Registration issues have been fixed and giveaway has been extended as compensation. Sorry for the issues!

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    Anonymous
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    [ @Brian M]

    Correct, this WinToHDD program by EasyUEFI is incapable of putting our working Windows to HDD.

    You wrote: “… [@Peter Blaise] Peter, it seems you are talking about two different programs, EasyUEFI and WinToHDD are not the same applications. I think the WIM/WAM/Whatever file which you mentioned is the “Install.wim” file found on/in the Windows OS installation disc (perhaps the Windows installation folders). Search for that, and you may have some success …”

    IF I have the Windows OS installation disc, THEN why do I need this program, WinToHDD by EasyUEFI?

    ( Note, it’s now “Hasleo Software” formerly called “EasyUEFI Development Team” BUT it’s still at [ EasyUEFI. com ] – makes sense, right? )

    I’m now guessing that their intention is NOT to make a working blank or full copy of my working Windows, BUT their intention is for a mass-production PC-build shop to build a stack of prospective Windows HDD drives that will boot up and then continue self-installation and hardware-driver-self-install when these HDD drives are later installed into ANY subsequent computer and booted up for the first time ( and licensing for Windows relative to the new PC comes from where ?!? ).

    As I wrote: “… I presume this software is for shops that have original WIM/WAM/Whatever files, not actual working systems …”

    But NO ONE has verified my speculation – the vendor is nowhere to be found in these threads.

    Thanks for speculating.

    ———-

    NOTE: This product is apparently FREE anyway, here, from their website:

    “… Hasleo WinToHDD, FREE and all-in-one Windows deployment tool which allows you to install, reinstall Windows without using a CD, DVD or USB drive, or clone current Windows installation to another disk …”

    Nope, it’s never done ANY of that for me.

    ———–

    Oh, and another thing … it expects us to select destination partitions … because?!? Does it NOT know?

    My Windows installation media does ALL that AUTOMATICALLY.

    So I need this NON-EASY, NON-AUTOMATIC, NEEDS OTHER RESOURCES, NEVER WORKED, non-tool tool because …?!?
    .

    #14849624 Reply | Quote
    Anonymous
    Guest

    [ @Brian M]

    Correct, this WinToHDD program by EasyUEFI is incapable of putting our working Windows to HDD.

    You wrote: “… [@Peter Blaise] Peter, it seems you are talking about two different programs, EasyUEFI and WinToHDD are not the same applications. I think the WIM/WAM/Whatever file which you mentioned is the “Install.wim” file found on/in the Windows OS installation disc (perhaps the Windows installation folders). Search for that, and you may have some success …”

    IF I have the Windows OS installation disc, THEN why do I need this program, WinToHDD by EasyUEFI?

    ( Note, it’s now “Hasleo Software” formerly called “EasyUEFI Development Team” BUT it’s still at [ EasyUEFI. com ] – makes sense, right? )

    I’m now guessing that their intention is NOT to make a working blank or full copy of my working Windows, BUT their intention is for a mass-production PC-build shop to build a stack of prospective Windows HDD drives that will boot up and then continue self-installation and hardware-driver-self-install when these HDD drives are later installed into ANY subsequent computer and booted up for the first time ( and licensing for Windows relative to the new PC comes from where ?!? ).

    As I wrote: “… I presume this software is for shops that have original WIM/WAM/Whatever files, not actual working systems …”

    But NO ONE has verified my speculation – the vendor is nowhere to be found in these threads.

    Thanks for speculating.

    ———-

    NOTE: This product is apparently FREE anyway, here, from their website:

    “… Hasleo WinToHDD, FREE and all-in-one Windows deployment tool which allows you to install, reinstall Windows without using a CD, DVD or USB drive, or clone current Windows installation to another disk …”

    Nope, it’s never done ANY of that for me.

    ———–

    Oh, and another thing … it expects us to select destination partitions … because?!? Does it NOT know?

    My Windows installation media does ALL that AUTOMATICALLY.

    So I need this NON-EASY, NON-AUTOMATIC, NEEDS OTHER RESOURCES, NEVER WORKED, non-tool tool because …?!?
    .

    #14849676 Reply | Quote
    Anonymous
    Guest

    [ @Brian M]

    Correct, this WinToHDD program by EasyUEFI is incapable of putting our working Windows to HDD.

    You wrote: “… [@Peter Blaise] Peter, it seems you are talking about two different programs, EasyUEFI and WinToHDD are not the same applications. I think the WIM/WAM/Whatever file which you mentioned is the “Install.wim” file found on/in the Windows OS installation disc (perhaps the Windows installation folders). Search for that, and you may have some success …”

    IF I have the Windows OS installation disc, THEN why do I need this program, WinToHDD by EasyUEFI?

    ( Note, it’s now “Hasleo Software” formerly called “EasyUEFI Development Team” BUT it’s still at [ EasyUEFI. com ] – makes sense, right? )

    I’m now guessing that their intention is NOT to make a working blank or full copy of my working Windows, BUT their intention is for a mass-production PC-build shop to build a stack of prospective Windows HDD drives that will boot up and then continue self-installation and hardware-driver-self-install when these HDD drives are later installed into ANY subsequent computer and booted up for the first time ( and licensing for Windows relative to the new PC comes from where ?!? ).

    As I wrote: “… I presume this software is for shops that have original WIM/WAM/Whatever files, not actual working systems …”

    But NO ONE has verified my speculation – the vendor is nowhere to be found in these threads.

    Thanks for speculating.

    ———-

    NOTE: This product is apparently FREE anyway, here, from their website:

    “… Hasleo WinToHDD, FREE and all-in-one Windows deployment tool which allows you to install, reinstall Windows without using a CD, DVD or USB drive, or clone current Windows installation to another disk …”

    Nope, it’s never done ANY of that for me.

    ———–

    Oh, and another thing … it expects us to select destination partitions … because?!? Does it NOT know?

    My Windows installation media does ALL that AUTOMATICALLY.

    So I need this NON-EASY, NON-AUTOMATIC, NEEDS OTHER RESOURCES, NEVER WORKED, non-tool tool because …?!?
    .

    #14849703 Reply | Quote
    Anonymous
    Guest

    [ @Brian M]

    Correct, this WinToHDD program by EasyUEFI is incapable of putting our working Windows to HDD.

    You wrote: “… [@Peter Blaise] Peter, it seems you are talking about two different programs, EasyUEFI and WinToHDD are not the same applications. I think the WIM/WAM/Whatever file which you mentioned is the “Install. wim” file found on/in the Windows OS installation disc (perhaps the Windows installation folders). Search for that, and you may have some success …”

    IF I have the Windows OS installation disc, THEN why do I need this program, WinToHDD by EasyUEFI?

    ( Note, it’s now “Hasleo Software” formerly called “EasyUEFI Development Team” BUT it’s still at [ EasyUEFI. com ] – makes sense, right? )

    I’m now guessing that their intention is NOT to make a working blank or full copy of my working Windows, BUT their intention is for a mass-production PC-build shop to build a stack of prospective Windows HDD drives that will boot up and then continue self-installation and hardware-driver-self-install when these HDD drives are later installed into ANY subsequent computer and booted up for the first time ( and licensing for Windows relative to the new PC comes from where ?!? ).

    As I wrote: “… I presume this software is for shops that have original WIM/WAM/Whatever files, not actual working systems …”

    But NO ONE has verified my speculation – the vendor is nowhere to be found in these threads.

    Thanks for speculating.

    ———-

    NOTE: This product is apparently FREE anyway, here, from their website:

    “… Hasleo WinToHDD, FREE and all-in-one Windows deployment tool which allows you to install, reinstall Windows without using a CD, DVD or USB drive, or clone current Windows installation to another disk …”

    Nope, it’s never done ANY of that for me.

    ———–

    Oh, and another thing … it expects us to select destination partitions … because?!? Does it NOT know?

    My Windows installation media does ALL that AUTOMATICALLY.

    So I need this NON-EASY, NON-AUTOMATIC, NEEDS OTHER RESOURCES, NEVER WORKED, non-tool tool because …?!?
    .

    #14858960 Reply | Quote
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Thank you
    Very good

    #14863113 Reply | Quote
    Anonymous
    Guest

    @Peter Blaise You have some problems with yourself and with Sharewareonsale..??? Take your morning pills and shut up. Thank You.
    What comes to this software giveaway, I haven´t try to install it yet, but so far, this site and this software has been worked very nice to me.
    WinToHDD: One of my everyday main tools. Extremely easy to “throw” new fresh Windows from the ISO or .wim file, to any hard drive. Then just boot it up and configure your installation. Really easy. No need to any installation CD or usb sticks.
    Thank You, Hasleo Softwares.

    #14863116 Reply | Quote
    Anonymous
    Guest

    @Peter Blaise You have some problems with yourself and with Sharewareonsale..??? Take your morning pills and shut up. Thank You.
    What comes to this software giveaway, I haven´t try to install it yet, but so far, this site and this software has been worked very nice to me.
    WinToHDD: One of my everyday main tools. Extremely easy to “throw” new fresh Windows from the ISO or .wim file, to any hard drive. Then just boot it up and configure your installation. Really easy. No need to any installation CD or usb sticks.
    Thank You, Hasleo Softwares.

    #14863119 Reply | Quote
    Anonymous
    Guest

    @Peter Blaise You have some problems with yourself and with Sharewareonsale..??? Take your morning pills and shut up. Thank You.
    What comes to this software giveaway, I haven´t try to install it yet, but so far, this site and this software has been worked very nice to me.
    WinToHDD: One of my everyday main tools. Extremely easy to “throw” new fresh Windows from the ISO or .wim file, to any hard drive. Then just boot it up and configure your installation. Really easy. No need to any installation CD or usb sticks.
    Thank You, Hasleo Softwares.

    #14863120 Reply | Quote
    Anonymous
    Guest

    @Peter Blaise You have some problems with yourself and with Sharewareonsale..??? Take your morning pills and shut up. Thank You.
    What comes to this software giveaway, I haven´t try to install it yet, but so far, this site and this software has been worked very nice to me.
    WinToHDD: One of my everyday main tools. Extremely easy to “throw” new fresh Windows from the ISO or .wim file, to any hard drive. Then just boot it up and configure your installation. Really easy. No need to any installation CD or usb sticks.
    Thank You, Hasleo Softwares.

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