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Windows 7: BSOD : 0x00000009A : SYSTEM_LICENSE_VIOLATION

23 Apr 2014   #11

Windows 7 Pro x64

Hi Noel !

Thanks for your answer. But maybe I forgot to mention something : as I have a BSOD at start up, I can't access to the OS, it just shutdown and restart indefinitely with same BSOD ...

What I noticed is that in the past few days I experienced more and more BSOD according to hardware conflict ( when surfing on the web watching videos, sometime everything froze up and I had a BSOD of hardware conflict ).

I did the Windows Defender Offline option, after 4 hours of scanning it found nothing ...

I don't understand why I can't repair my Windows Installation with the DVD I have, why it says it's not compatible ... Or even why I can't restore to a previous point ( no need to be in the OS to restore, the Windows DVD option allows that ) but it tells there is a memory problem and some values couldn't be read ..

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23 Apr 2014   #12

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Win 7 x64 Home Premium (and x86 VirtualBox VM)/Win10

Reboot and try doing the Memory scan - have your tried rebooting to the Repair Environment and running the System Restore from there.
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23 Apr 2014   #13

Windows 7 Pro x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hueyman View Post
When I tried to restore just prior that event, it told me some " 0x0000f something " memory values couldn't be read etc etc... so I ran the integrated RAM test in the boot options ( F8 ) to see what's going on and it found nothing wrong.
Thanks for your answer, but it might worth reading the originial post sometimes.. no the mem scan found nothing wrong ;-(

And yes I tried to restore from the boot repair env ... Have no ideas left now
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23 Apr 2014   #14

Windows 7 Pro x64

Okay, so I finally sorted out by myself ...

I downloaded some ISO image I found over the net of the same Windows version I have, and mounted it on a USB flash drive with " A bootable USB " little software. So I was able to access my restore points and restored to the 21st of April, when all worked OK.

All was restored greatly and now all works flawlessly... I'll run Windows Update to try to get all updates, maybe it will avoid such problems in the future... hope it won't deactivate my keyboard though ...

Have a nice day guys
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