Problem after Windows Vista update

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Good day,

Everything started when I decided to update my Windows Vista with service pack 2. I downloaded the update file from the Internet, by searching for an update in the search engine. The update installed with no problems, but after that it throws me an error as below. I tried to restart but error keeps throwing.

Reboot required

A change occurred to your Windows license.

You must restart your computer or Windows will stop working.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #122386

Problem after Windows Vista update

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If you have vista installation disc, then restart computer using the disc and choose the repair option.

  1. insert the disc
  2. reboot your computer
  3. choose your language and next
  4. choose the repair option
  5. select your operating system
  6. On the system recovery option click start up recover

If you have pre-install start up recovery. then

  1. reboot your system
  2. press and hold F8
  3. go to setting
  4. on advance boot option select Repair your computer and then press Enter.

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #122387

Problem after Windows Vista update

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from where did you download service pack 2 ? from official Microsoft site ?  or from third party web site. in here the thing is there are some  operating systems with service packs that need a different key to activate. so in case you need to face some key problems then. if you are using original genuine copy you can update your system automatically. you better connect to internet and try with another product key to overcome your problem.

  • or you can perform clean installation with your updated version after taking backup your data
  • if you are running a pirate copy of windows you need try another method. there are some ways to activate pirate copies of windows. but i recommend you to use genuine copies always to overcome problems.

 

 

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