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Registration Pop Up

How do you handle the registration pop up asking you to register when you've already registered the device? I had to re-install my system and I had registered before. I didn't see an option to not register, I know I saw "register later".

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What device? What pop-up?

If you mean the Windows activation with Microsoft, just activate. If you don't you'll get a restricted system after 60 days, and I don't think that's what you want.

Kees

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Sorry 'bout that...

The pop up ask me to register my Toshiba Laptop which I did when I first got it.

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(NT) What happens if you do?
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Not sure...

what will happen, but I was trying to avoid a possible double registration for the same product.

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What would happen ...

with a double registration?

Kees

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Again...

I really don't know. I'm just the type person who does not like to repeat the same "stuff" over and over unnecessarily.

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Problem Solved...

In the Uninstall section under Programs, Toshiba Registration was listed so I uninstalled it.

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(NT) That's an excellent way. Thanks for telling.

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