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Jul 20, 2019
Not an appropriate PSU for a build such as this as the CX range is only intended for office type computers.

Looks like an overheating issue to me but may I ask from where the Windows 10 media and accompanying Microsoft product key were obtained.
I first installed the windows 10 through a usb like most people do. Been using it for like 1 month without product key. Then my friend activated it through command prompt, can this be a reason that cause my pc to keep reloading?


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Sep 9, 2016
It is possible to use Windows legitimately before entering any product key but only under certain conditions to which a user must sign up/create a Microsoft account for, not going to go in to the intricacies of the "how and when" about this here as it does not apply in this instance.

After a clean install of Windows on a computer/using a motherboard that has not been previously registered on the Microsoft database a one month grace period may be allowed by Microsoft before updates will be stopped and on screen messages asking the user to activate Windows will be a constant, as can be seen in your MTB log (in red) Windows is not legitimately activated on your computer and is therefore illegal.

As per the PCHF Terms and rules no further assistance can be offered here unless it is to help you obtain a legitimate version of Windows and/or purchase a genuine product key that you may use to register the present Windows installation.

Application errors:
Error: (07/19/2019 10:00:20 PM) (Source: SecurityCenter) (User: )
Description: Security Center failed to validate caller with error %1.

Error: (07/19/2019 09:57:55 PM) (Source: Software Protection Platform Service) (User: )
Description: License Activation (slui.exe) failed with the following error code:

Command-line arguments:

3. Support for, discussion of, or promotion of sites offering cracks, warez, torrents, pornography or any other illegal material or any software created to download any of the above. This includes nulled, copied or any other illegal software or operating systems
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