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Good morning all, I am trying to upgrade one of our Laptops in our lab to Windows 10 Pro.It currently has Windows 7 Pro on it, and when I attempt to use the DVD copy I burned I am getting the dreaded "Setup has failed to validate the product key".Your system may not meet the minimum requirements for the upgrade.I had installed from an insider build 10074 iso on an older laptop which has 2GB of ram but it is shared with video.Haven't done it over 7, but I'd expect the same behavior. When I installed 10240 over a freshly restored Win 8.1 installation (activated), the installer asked for no key. This was using an that was prepared from an from an online upgrade.I prefer to avoid stacking upgrades, so I restored 8.1 from an image and used the to upgrade that to 10240.So I know it has something to do with the system or Win 7 Pro install itself on this PC.When I try installing from boot it will not allow me to upgrade the current system - it tells me to boot into windows to complete an upgrade. I checked the system logs and there is no mention as to why the install is failing.

Further to that I tried using this disk on another Win 7 Pro install and it worked without incident.And that's my point - on the other two systems on which I installed Windows 10 (home and pro), neither complained about a product key or requested me to put one it - they just happily chugged along and installed Windows 10 without incident.The specific machine I am trying to upgrade is the one giving me grief. Good morning all, I am trying to upgrade one of our Laptops in our lab to Windows 10 Pro.From what I have seen, some people have had it work if the machine has already been registered as using 10, but new machines cannot be set up yet Good morning all, I am trying to upgrade one of our Laptops in our lab to Windows 10 Pro. When I installed 10240 over a freshly restored Win 8.1 installation (activated), the installer asked for no key. This was using an that was prepared from an from an online upgrade.It currently has Windows 7 Pro on it, and when I attempt to use the DVD copy I burned I am getting the dreaded "Setup has failed to validate the product key". I prefer to avoid stacking upgrades, so I restored 8.1 from an image and used the to upgrade that to 10240.

Further to that I tried using this disk on another Win 7 Pro install and it worked without incident.

And that's my point - on the other two systems on which I installed Windows 10 (home and pro), neither complained about a product key or requested me to put one it - they just happily chugged along and installed Windows 10 without incident.

The specific machine I am trying to upgrade is the one giving me grief. Good morning all, I am trying to upgrade one of our Laptops in our lab to Windows 10 Pro.

From what I have seen, some people have had it work if the machine has already been registered as using 10, but new machines cannot be set up yet Good morning all, I am trying to upgrade one of our Laptops in our lab to Windows 10 Pro. When I installed 10240 over a freshly restored Win 8.1 installation (activated), the installer asked for no key. This was using an that was prepared from an from an online upgrade.

It currently has Windows 7 Pro on it, and when I attempt to use the DVD copy I burned I am getting the dreaded "Setup has failed to validate the product key". I prefer to avoid stacking upgrades, so I restored 8.1 from an image and used the to upgrade that to 10240.

Haven't done it over 7, but I'd expect the same behavior.