How to Fix Error SYSTEM LICENSE VIOLATION in Windows 10

Windows 10

Most computer errors are easy to fix and very common, but in some cases, you get a Blue Screen of Death error on your device like “SYSTEM_LICENSE_VIOLATION.” This error is dangerous; it can crash your Windows 10 operating system. and to try fix the issue, you need to restart your operating system. Restarting the PC can fix several issues, but even if after restarting you are still facing this issue, you need to do another troubleshoot. Follow the solutions mentioned below and learn how to fix the system license violation error on your device.

Check Hard Drive

Follow these steps:

  1. Enter “Advanced Startup.”
  2. Select “Troubleshoot” and then click “Advanced Options.”
  3. Click “Command Prompt: that appears in the dropdown list on your screen.
  4. When the Command Prompt pops up on your screen, you need to enter the given command and then hit the “Enter” button.
  5. bootrec.exe /rebuildbcd
  6. Several users also reported that they need to run the “CHKDSK” command to fix this issue. To run this command, you need to know the drive letter of your entire hard drive partitions.
  7. In the command-line you need to enter the given command matching with your hard drive partition on your computer:
  8. chkdsk /r c
  9. chkdsk /r d
  10. Reboot the device.

With Windows Installer Media

Follow these steps:

  1. First, launch the windows installer media.
  2. Right-tap on the start menu and then select “Command Prompt” as Admin.
  3. In the run command-line, you need to enter the given command and hit the “Enter” button after that.
  4. dism /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth
  5. After that, enter this:
  6. DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /source:WIM:X:SourcesInstall.wim:1 /LimitAccess

Enter Safe Mode

Follow these steps:

  1. Start the “Automatic Repair tool while restarting your operating system.
  2. Alternatively, you can also tap and hold the “Shift” button and then select the “Restart” option.
  3. Select “Troubleshooter” hit “Advanced option” and then click “Startup Settings.”
  4. Now select the “Restart” button.
  5. After the above process, when your PC boots, click “Safe Mode with Networking,” or select any other version.

Run System Restore Windows 10 Reset

Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Start the “Automatic Repair tool while restarting your operating system.
  2. Select “Troubleshoot” click “Advanced options” and then select “System Restore.”
  3. Now choose your login Id and enter your password and then select “Continue.”
  4. Select “Choose a different restore point” and then restore the point that you wish to return to.
  5. Select “Next” and then wait until the process completes.


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