windows 7 anytime upgrade reset.

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  1. Corona

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    Because of a previous failed upgrade, whenever I open the program, it skips straight to verifying a key that I don't want to use anymore. I'd like to use another key (which I have), but a system restore failed to reset the program and there's no option to change the key being used.

    Please only respond if you have an actual, useful answer. I know you want to post your thoughts and opinions, but that is not why I (or Yahoo Answers for that matter) am here. Thanks!
     
  2. dre022392

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    Open Registry Editor
    Go to the following location:
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    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsAnytimeUpgrade
    and delete the ProductKey value
     
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  3. Corona

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    thanks your a lifesaver :P
     
  4. dre022392

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    no prob
     

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