April 25, 2017 at 4:41 am #65966MeleParticipant
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Btw, do we have windows licence key somewhere else than in Windows itself? In chuwi packet or inside manual?April 25, 2017 at 1:22 pm #66006HananiasParticipant
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Not that I know of. I believe it is saved in the Bios.
So all you need to do when reinstall the OS is to make sure you use the Activated Windows version. Which in my case (and all single boot Chuwi Tablets) is “Windows 10 Home 64 Bit”.April 25, 2017 at 7:16 pm #66041BobParticipant
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Did a complete fresh install from a Microsoft install media (not an image from Chuwi), and had no issues whatsoever.
Installed the OS, then the Chuwi drivers from the driver pack hosted on the download section of this site, and the new install was fully activated upon completion without entering a key etc. It is not shipped with a hacked license.April 25, 2017 at 10:53 pm #66067HananiasParticipant
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Glad to hear that. I might just have to reinstall when I have time, or if some problems comes up with the activation. So far I have quarantined the threat, we will see how it goes.
Thanks you all for your comments, I do feel a little better about Chuwi.April 26, 2017 at 9:06 am #66081DanielParticipant
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You gotta be kidding me… CHUWI is using an illegal Hacked Windows Copy???!!!! What can I do about this? Should I take this up to Chuwi directly? or to the supplier (GearBest)? If Windows were to judge that my Tablet indeed does have an illegal copy of Windows, and block future updates to me… What can I do?
As far as I know, Chuwi is an official collaborator of Microsoft, so little chance that they use hacked windows.
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