Windows updating without permission
If you encounter any of the error messages such as 0XC004E003, 0x8007000D, 0x8007232b or 0x8007007B, it could be due to peak load on Microsoft's activation servers, which may be attributed to huge volumes of activation requests made at the time.
In such a scenario, users are advised to re-attempt activation via force activation method as outlined below: Steps to force activation of Windows 10Step 1: Launch the Start Menu and search for Command Prompt.
Now you can right-click the Maintenance Configurator task in Task Scheduler and select Disable.
Windows 8 includes an automatic maintenance routine designed to run in the background with limited user interaction and minimal impact to performance and energy efficiency.I do not suggest for normal computer users to switch off the maintenance task(s), but if you are running Windows 8 in a virtual machine you may want to do just that.You'll quickly find that if you go into task scheduler there are four tasks listed that are controlling Windows maintenance. Now browse to Task Scheduler Library\Microsoft\Windows\Task Scheduler You may think that you can disable tasks from here, and you are partially right.Prospective Windows 10 users have been complaining about a bunch of activation errors and issues with Microsoft's newest operating system ever since its release, while veteran Windows users have been unearthing new ways of completing the activation successfully.Folks at Bidness ETC have shared a simple method to force activate Windows 10 on your computer, after completing the checklist provided below: Ensure that you are updating to Windows 10 on a legitimate copy of Windows 8 or 7.1 or using a valid, purchased license key from Microsoft for clean installation.