Downgrading from Pro to Home

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  1. hello10's Avatar
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       #11

    Bat 1 said:
    Third Option: Call M$ Support ?
    Have you tried their "supports?"
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  2. Bat 1's Avatar
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       #12

    hello10 said:
    Have you tried their "supports?"
    So it's better to pay for a Pro Key that couldn't be used ?? Sorry I'm NOT That Wealthy
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  3. hello10's Avatar
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       #13

    Bat 1 said:
    So it's better to pay for a Pro Key that couldn't be used ?? Sorry I'm NOT That Wealthy
    I didn't pay for the Pro license, if that's what you understood from my post. Wouldn't even if I could, or couldn't even if I would.

    That friend who bought the 5 licenses had planned to install or upgrade (I don't know which) his office computers. He just thought about giving me one, but because I couldn't activate my OS to use that license, I think he ultimately used it on his. It's not wasted.
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  4. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #14

    Hi,
    MS call center... yeah hit and miss you have to call back and you might eventually get lucky.
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  5. Bat 1's Avatar
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       #15

    hello10 said:
    I didn't pay for the Pro license, if that's what you understood from my post. Wouldn't even if I could, or couldn't even if I would.

    That friend who bought the 5 licenses had planned to install or upgrade (I don't know which) his office computers. He just thought about giving me one, but because I couldn't activate my OS to use that license, I think he ultimately used it on his. It's not wasted.
    Nope, understood You didn't pay for a Pro Key.....
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    Stigg said:
    Scary stuff. Lucky you had your helmet on.
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