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Assist on BSOD stop code "System License Violation" Windows 10

Hi All Expert,

I have a user using dell windows 10 64 bits is getting it getting "Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We'll restart for you. BSOD Stop Code "System License Violation", this happen when she is using browser and outlook, yesterday was fine and no windows update this two days, also with anti-virus protected.

Below are method I have tried and also fail to boot into Windows, it getting "Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We'll restart for you.

- Unable to enter safe mode.
- System restore failure.
- Windows repair using usb windows 10 boot
- Start up repair

Appreciate if any expert has this experience can assist us on.

Thanks!
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John

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Ramin

Create a Restore Point.
Run a Registry fixer on your Windows  and retest.
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Ramin

Are you using SSD or HDD ?

If HDD then download and install free version of CCleaner and run Registry tool to fix corrupter registry keys and check if the problem still exist.

http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner
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Hi Sir,

It's a legitimate laptop, been using for 9 months. That is no parameters shown on the BSOD, I scan on the QR code only to get me to " Troubleshoot Blue Screen Errors" and the page is nothing much.

Thanks!
xchiazyx

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Hi All,

I am using HDD, I am unable to enter safe mode and how can I create a Restore Point.

Thanks!
masnrock

Did anything change recently? Maybe a piece of hardware or a new software application?
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Ramin

It can be a Hardware problem since you tried a lot of solutions with no success.
xchiazyx

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Hi Sir,

I did a diagnostic test on F12 there and no hardware were failure.

No new hardware or software was added.

Thanks!
Ramin

Try this:
go to BIOS, set the SATA configuration to IDE or AHCI, save and exit and retest.
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Hi Sir,

Thank you for reverting back.

IDE or AHCI still same.

Can boot from my usb driver for windows 10 but the data is too precious to be reformatted.

Thanks!
Edward Pamias

I think John said to select upgrade and keep everything.
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You need to use a different computer and use the choice "Make media for a different PC"  and then proceed.
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it can be  abad disk drive - so test it with the proper diag first
then  -if OK - run chkdsk on it :  https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/blue-screen-on-booting-systemlicenseviolation-stop/edbcb52f-298a-46dc-b64d-9a5d82890c4b
joinaunion

What options do you have when you tap F8 or F12 while booting?  Do you see a option to select F8 for advanced options?

If you see the F8 option select it the select disable automatic restart on system failure.
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Thanks, I solved by taking out the harddisk from the laptop and use hard drive holder station to retrieve the data out and then success reformat and insert back the data and redo the whole laptop. Appreciate for all the advice and help given.
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Ramin

Thanks,
John

Thank you for the update - Happy to assist