In your case, what probably happened is, you maker bought an msdn licensed key, which carries up to windows 10 activations unlike full packaged retail licenses which only carry 1 activation.
The great thing about them, unlike trial Microsoft software, msdn or TechNet keys don't expire.
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Thanks for your feedback.The person who sold it to you probably sold it to 10 other persons.OR, windows 7 Not Genuine on Windows 7, movie this is because either you are not running a genuine copy of Windows or your license got expired.Once the command prompt is opened now type the following command, slmgr -rearm, make sure you type the same command without any windows mistake, windows and also ensure that command prompt is opened in administrator mode otherwise it will not work.Click on, movie windows Update at the very bottom of the control panel.Exe 4 does nothing.
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Cloned the disk build with Win 7, applications and data partitions to a bigger disk as part of an upgrade to a new system.
Nothing found on several forums helps.