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Licensing-SLC Events 1024 and 1025 after Reactivating Vista RRS feed

  • Question

  • I had to reactivate Vista by phone after installing updated RAID-Drivers. Since then the application event log is plastered with the following two events:

     

    Protokollname: Application
    Quelle:        Microsoft-Windows-Security-Licensing-SLC
    Ereignis-ID:   1024
    Ebene:         Informationen
    Beschreibung: 

    Die Hardware hat sich geändert. (The hardware has changed)

    Protokollname: Application
    Quelle:        Microsoft-Windows-Security-Licensing-SLC
    Ereignis-ID:   1025
    Beschreibung: 

    Der Aktivierungzeitraum hat begonnen. Tage zur Aktivierung=3    Aktivierungstyp=4.
    (The activation period has started. Days to activation=3 Activationtype=4)

     

    Is there any way to get rid of these events?

     

    Any help appreciated,

     

      Frank

     

    P.S.: And don't get me started why I have to reactivate a piece of Software after installing a compatible Driver!

    Sunday, April 15, 2007 7:50 AM

Answers

  • Actually, it was a RAID Driver for an Dell-manufacured Nvida NForce SLI590 board. I got the driver from www.nvidia.com.

    Ironically, Microsoft updated that exact same driver 2 days later via Windows Update.

     

    Frank

    Friday, April 20, 2007 3:17 PM

All replies

  • Can you tell me which RAID driver you updated?  We saw a similar issue with a Silicon Image RAID driver.  If that's what might be causing your issue they've released beta drivers that shouldn't cause the same problem (they were still in beta last I heard about them).  You can find them here:

     

    http://www.siliconimage.com/docs/3114 x86 r5 15130_beta.zip

    http://www.siliconimage.com/docs/3114 x64 r5 15130_beta.zip

     

    If you're using a different RAID would you let me know which it is so we can contact the manufacturer?  Thank you!

    Monday, April 16, 2007 8:35 PM
  • Actually, it was a RAID Driver for an Dell-manufacured Nvida NForce SLI590 board. I got the driver from www.nvidia.com.

    Ironically, Microsoft updated that exact same driver 2 days later via Windows Update.

     

    Frank

    Friday, April 20, 2007 3:17 PM