do you always have to reactivate?? RRS feed

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     This is seriously annoying! every time my OS crashes for any reason, usually because not all games were specifically geared for vista ultimate. my system locks up on some games and programs like the ati radeon 1200xpress graphics interface. these are supposed to be specifically designed to work for vista. yet still, i get locked up and vista has to rebooted. if that happens, then i get an error message at start up that vista ultimate did not start propperly. even if i follow the boot prompt and do a restart. the same error message appears. i have no other choice but to re-install the whole OS!! i try reactivate it and i get an error message that the key code is invalid!! this is a genuine windows item!! i have to reinstall using a fresh-install and load the OS without using the key code. this activates my vista ultimate OS for 30days!! not only that not all drivers are installed without using the key code upon fresh install. i can call the call to activate option. the call feature does not always reconize the installer id, and i then forced to call an agent. this is the same garbage i had to go through for the Windows ME, and XP Home Proffesional OS!! talk about Microsoft being re-dumb-dant!! i never thought that vista ultimate would be "All-That" and still make me go through all the re-install garbage. i don't need a quick-fix on an 'old-shoe' malfunction! obviously i can solve the issue on my own. i would like a permanant resolution to this old-tech issue. why not just have the installer id be permanent, like maybe a bios-shadow copy?? that way if i have to re-install, as long as i don't replace the motherboard, activation is instant.

    • Changed type Carl-S Friday, October 3, 2008 4:06 PM
    Wednesday, November 28, 2007 8:15 PM