Can anybody clarify what is supposed to happen so I can go back to Amazon? Your key might most probably been saved along with your account. Have been periodically looking for good info on that topic for a while knew in general that the capability had been introduced into Windows, but little else and reading other materials here and there. Let us follow these steps. It runs on a predetermined schedule, and when it detects changes in any file, it makes a backup of that file to an External drive. Most consumer electronics devices today can be reset to some factory state, and so we built this capability into Windows 8 too. Try the above step and let us know if it works to resolve your issue.
Win 8 does ship with a tool called RecImg. To restore your Surface Pro: From the Start screen, swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and. No such thing as down time. I hope this helps someone else too! Can anyone shed any light on why there is no record in my account? What if something goes wrong in File History? Is there any chance you have an image copy backup before doing the Refresh? File History is a new Win 8 feature. A less than desirable outcome but an appropriate reaction to a bad malware infection. No such thing as free time. I've tried using Belarc and License Crawler, but they didn't find an Office product key - presumably it was lost after the refresh.
But there are a few limitations to consider. The rest will be same as you installed earlier. It's used to run smoothly in my tablet before. I don't have the box right now. Hi Yoga Arnindita, You can activate Office Home and Student 2013 with your Microsoft Account.
Tried to contact Asus for help but they could not help. File History continuously monitors files stored in Libraries, Desktop, Contacts, and Favorites folders. With the OneNote program your notes will accompany you everywhere, on any device or on a simple web browser. The problem is, after I finished the repair and opened Excel doc, Office required me to activate it by inputting the product key. But there is still that issue of wiping out your installed desktop applications. Is there any way to activate the Office without the product key on the box? The online accounts only record online download purchases.
In my account, there is a record of me purchasing and downloading the English language pack I originally had the Japanese version , but no record of me activating Office in the first place. Personally, I think they missed a valuable selling point by not mentioning RecImg. I also received no confirmation email. It is gone, you have to buy another. Finally you locate your key, and click 'Download Now'.
Microsoft account credentials would be your Outlook. I only have one email address so I can't have two Microsoft accounts. After refreshing, Office had gone, and I'd lost the product key so couldn't reactivate it. Now from here you may have to browse to a slightly different location depending on where your windows. I still think it is a good option. You might have to sign in after you are redirected to that page.
Login to your Microsoft Account with your Microsoft Account Credentials and check if your Office Home and Student 2013 edition reflects on the My Account page. You could probably extract the key from it. No such thing as free time. All you got is life time. . All you got is life time. The product key came with the package.
You can also automatically and easily save your notes that are accessible at any time via the search functions. Office 2013 Home and Student allows you to create more attractive documents and presentations thanks to the integrated photo editing tools like cropping, brightness adjustment, contrast, colours, special effects. I therefore recommend you to try searching by clicking on this link. How did you buy Office originally? As I expect to use the machine for a few years and possibly through a few upgrades this wasn't good enough. All you got is life time. Hi Karl, I had the same problem some time ago. You will have to find your original packaging.