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How do I fix 'Unattend Answer File Contains an Invalid Key"
I am doing a reinstall from my Microsoft Windows 7 Professional.
Before the reinstall even started I received and message saying the Unattend Key needs to be removed and replaced.
I have only used the program once before, to upgrade from Windows Vista Vista to 7.
Please help, in a prior thread I asked for help when my system image on DVD Failed.
I was introduced to the Macrium Program, I created a System Image; just in case, you never know.
But at this point I need to reinstall Windows 7 and have no idea how to change this key.
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