Windows 10: Windows 10 Pro 64bit and Machine ID
Windows 10 Pro 64bit and Machine ID
Hi there !
I'm user of windows 10 Pro 64bit.
I have version 1607 , OS build 14393.447.
I'm using this system/computer for producing music.
So, there are various VST instruments installed.
One program/instrument requires, when i load it, activation keys and machine ID (freshly installed windows).
Ok, so far so good.
I can register that plugin and all keys are working.
But, after some time , i guess, machine ID changes and i must require activation keys again.
That happened after weekly updates or last time i didn't even have computer connected to internet for about one week and activation keys appeared again.
Why is that happening, like machine ID is changing very often.
I don't remember that in windows 8.1 or earlier versions, just when re-installing windows or major updates.
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