Windows 7 Activation Error - Windows cannot access SLUI.EXE

located in % WINDIR% /System32, SLUI.EXE (Windows Customer Activation) file is a vital process activation (Windows genuine) Operating systems Windows 7, Windows XP si Windows Vista.
If this file is missing or can not be accessed, it is impossible to validate license operating system.

"Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item. "

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ERROR ON WINDOWS TO SOLVE SLUI.EXE 7 / XP / VISTA

First you need to make sure that file slui.exe It is in place. I mean in % WINDIR% /System32. If this file is missing then the worst scenario. Or was accidentally deletedOr was virused and deleted by antivirus.
In this case the only option is to try a repair system () using CD / DVD installation. If this method does not work, we recommend reinstalling the operating system.

SLUI.EXE If the file is in place, but can be enabled operating system, it means that the user of the system that is trying activation, no privileges (permissions) required and the user will be activated Administrator.

Activation and logging on Administrator user on Windows 7.

1. open Start and type "cmd"In search, then Enter to open Command Prompt.

2. In Command Prompt we type the following command line:

net user administrator / active: yes

3. go to Start > Shut down > switch and we login user on account Administrator.

The administrator account to activate slui.exe run the operating system.

If the above methods will not help, it is possible that a program firewall or anti-virus to be stuck running this file.

Stealth SettingsSLUI.EXE Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item.

Windows 7 Activation Error - Windows cannot access SLUI.EXE

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