1- Windows Genuine Activation Check
If you have already activated,
Right click Start>Command Prompt-Admin and type in the following command:
if you see kms , volume and remaining days this is fake license remove it.
Troubleshoot Windows Activation;
Steps to remove your Windows license, if not genuine
Step 1: Open command prompt with admin rights.
Step 2: Execute this command.
cscript slmgr.vbs /upk&cscript slmgr.vbs /cpky
Done! The license you want to remove is uninstalled successfully.
2- Troubleshoot MS office Activation;
Remove Microsoft Office product trial license, if not genuine
Steps to remove your Office license
Step 1: Open command prompt as administrator.
Step 2: Copy/run below command to determine what is the license key you want to remove.
cscript “%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft Office\Office16\ospp.vbs” /dstatus
cscript “%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Office\Office16\ospp.vbs” /dstatus
Genuine activation showing as below if fake activation you can see remain days, KMS , Volume in code
Note: “Office 19” “Office 16” is codename of Office 2016 or 2019. If you are using Office
2010/2013, replace “Office16” with “Office14” or “Office15”.
Step 3: Copy and run these commands to remove the license.
Note: replace “RRJJ6” with the last 5 characters of your product key.
cscript “%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Microsoft Office\Office16\ospp.vbs” /unpkey:RRJJ6
cscript “%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Office\Office16\ospp.vbs” /unpkey:RRJJ6
How to Install a Software Program From an ISO File
How you install a program from an ISO image will vary depending on which version of Windows you use. Here’s how to install a program in Windows 11, 10, 8.1, and 7.
An ISO file, also known as an ISO image, is a disc image of all the installation files for a single program. Particularly large programs, such as Microsoft Office and the Windows operating system, are made available as ISO files. How you install an application from its ISO file will depend on the version of Windows you’re running.
In Windows 11, 10, or 8.1, you can mount the ISO file as a virtual drive and install the software from there. If you’re still on Windows 7, you’ll need to download a utility that can mount the ISO file for you. The ISO file can also be burned to a disc or copied to a USB drive, then installed.
If you download Windows 11 or 10 as an ISO file, you’ll need to burn it to a bootable DVD or copy it to a bootable USB drive to install it on your target computer.
Mount the ISO File in Windows 11, 10, or 8.1
Download the ISO image, then open File Explorer and right-click on the file. From the pop-up menu, select the Mount command. This will open a virtual drive that is visible in File Explorer, from which you can install the software.
*if there is no Mount option on file right-click, you can download this file and install. after that your are able to Mount the .iso file Virtual CloneDrive
On the virtual drive, you should find a setup.exe file (or something similar) for installing the program. Double-click that file to install it. After the installation has finished, open the This PC folder in File Explorer so you can see all your disc drives.
Right-click on the virtual drive (it will have a drive letter of D or E, depending on your configuration). From the pop-up menu, click the Eject command to remove the virtual drive, though your ISO file will remain on the computer.