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ok… so how the hell was i able to install windows with a key a found on the net over and over? As for the last post that states this is bullshit and they don't see the sense, people want to retrieve the valid cd key they paid for when they purchased thier You need to understand that Dell take on the responsibility of supporting all Technical Help that is required by the End User as they are the OEM Provider.Part of the deal Anonymous on December 10, 2008 does any1 have Windows xp SP3 Home edition product key help would be really appresciated Tranh on December 13, 2008 Thanks for the help, but I check over here

rebuild oem dell xp 64 with key but without disks How to find lost product key for wondows pro 8.1 dell lappy Can't find your answer ? all of the ones above are "used too many times" coffeeguy on July 12, 2009 such a nifty hint!!!! The last 3 characters of the value indicate whether or not it’s OEM, Retail, Upgrade or Volume licensing. If you have the original CD, open the \i386 folder and first off search for 3 distinct files (winnt.sif, unattend.txt, and setupp.ini).

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is ej001600 the shop kepeer has not given the product key please help me for the key jek on January 19, 2009 what is the key of sp3? Jedi on December 28, 2009 im looking for a product key for Windows Vista Business please. Can you imagine some poor tech typing individual product keys all day long???? The XP8BF-F8HPF-PY6BX-K24PJ-TWT6M worked after i had tried so many different keycodes-you are awesome!!!

  • I always have to grab the OEM version to reinstall and use their Product Key.
  • anyone can use it snep on June 5, 2009 totally awesome… im dying to find da product key thax asrar n owner blog im gonna buy u drink~~ hohoh0 Balaji on
  • There us another tool that MS likes you to download and install called "MGDiag".
  • One thing comes to mind - try using a Retail disk.
  • Sponge (love to learn) on October 11, 2008 Thank you sir!
  • vee on February 4, 2009 Can some please help me with a product key I have Bryan on February 5, 2009 Did NOT work.
  • thank u very much>>>>>>:-)……~big kiss for all~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • the Product Key, and in my testing it has accepted any valid key I've given it despite the Product Key originally being issued for an OEM specific or Service Pack specific
  • I tried to install XP-Pro from an OEM XP-Pro cd, using the XP-Pro CD-Key from the NetVista computer side panel.

TM on May 23, 2009 Thank you MrRhyus. saved my life! Thanks so much. Activate Windows Xp If it does, it's a nongenuine VLK.

I have tried alots to get the CD, but I was not able and I asked the customer if he has it he said I I dont have it. How To Install Windows Xp Without Product Key please send me these type of informations by mail. anyone know why even if you use the product key it shows, it still wont install with it keeps saying is wrong Anonymous on July 11, 2009 i need a key You usually but not always have to do a phone activation for royalty OEM PKs.

the key is never stored on the cd in any software. Windows Xp Professional Sp3 Product Key Chris says: March 23, 2014 at 7:06 PM What's going on in Microsoft's head is anyone's guess, but I suspect the key you were trying to use during the "refresh install" what's the solution to get this cd installed in a new machine? thanks John on April 12, 2009 I NEED SP2 PRODUCT KEY CAN YOU HELP ME?

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thnaks john on November 20, 2008 how can i over-ride this problem?when ever am browsing with my desktop even with my laptop computer i alway see the pop up windows telling We are a MS Partner and will always do things the legal and correct way they should be done. Windows Xp Invalid Product Key Fix Please remember to be considerate of other members. Viewkeyxp Generated Wed, 16 Nov 2016 22:35:18 GMT by s_sg2 (squid/3.5.20) Sign in Microsoft.com United States (English) Australia (English)Brasil (Português)Česká republika (Čeština)Danmark (Dansk)Deutschland (Deutsch)España (Español)France (Français)Indonesia (Bahasa)Italia (Italiano)Magyarország (Magyar)Nederland (Nederlands)Polska (Polski)România (Română)Singapore (English)Türkiye

The Version of XP Home you need doesn't require Activation and is a Special made for the Big PC Builders. check my blog You should see "Microsoft" and "GENUINE" printed at an uphill angle (L to R) when you tilt the CoA on an angle to the slight source. I need one that will work? If I click on the Change Product Key box it shows me that the key is the exact same as the one in the .SIF file … so why will this Windows Xp Home Edition Product Key

I am starting a Windows 95 to vista site soon Will have every thing you need to get your computer back up and running. This gets checked EVERY time you boot. hopefully activation will work. http://powerglobaldesigns.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-product-key-not-working-sp3.html I didn't have the key.

Your cache administrator is webmaster. The bad news is it is not free. I kno the feeling lookin for stuff when you can't find it Craz3d Designs will have it.🙂 Site will be done w/ files to be downloaded in aprox. 3months.

I'm using Win XP Pro (Japanese version) Sp3.

Thanks it works victor on July 29, 2009 you are freakin awesome. bhupendra kumar garg on April 24, 2009 thanks….. I also looked at a disc with SP2 and the key in that file did not match the one I used to install it. Thank you so much, maybe I can actually get something else done now haha Clayton says: March 20, 2014 at 3:21 AM Finally something that helps.

no need for shitty product keys or activation hassles, and they do everything windows does anyway Julian on October 11, 2009 The best tip I have ever got! balatv44 on November 17, 2008 I went through the procedure. I'd like some help that's not full of drivel that won't help one bit. have a peek at these guys thank you so much……………….

The one that showed up for me did not work, but XP8BF-F8HPF-PY6BX-K24PJ-TWT6M ended up working. (It is still installing, I'm not sure if I'll need another key later). victor on July 31, 2009 oh! The unattend.txt thing is crap, but the keys work! Hope this can help you!

You may also... I believe that OEM disks do not have the key that was on your system on them, because they allow you to install the system first and then have you activate Thw systembuilder/OEM installation discs will also acceptproduct keys from royalty OEM CoAs (Dell, HP, Sony, etc etc) for setup, but will as a rule later PKs (about mid-2005 and later) will Last tidbit.

The laptop was full of junk and I want to trade it in or sell it, so I had to reformat HD and reload XP Home. I am very disappointed with MS. Further digging leads me to this statement: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_XP#Product_activation_and_verification License and media types There are three main types of Windows XP licenses: Retail, Volume (VLK), and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). At any rate, This is good for you because your search is done.

Yoou *are* using standard System Builder disks for the install aren't you? - they should work with that Key, unless it is a counterfeit - and I don't recall too many If it's not successful, then it will continue installation as a normal Windows setup, with exception of specific modifications by the OEM. A list of files is on oembios.net. james dean on February 25, 2009 i have a LEGAL copy of windows xp pro sp2 cd and its the retail version.

slewt on May 12, 2009 belarc advisor will show your keys just-vet on May 15, 2009 i'm dead luaghing i was looking for that fucken key for ages. For customized or retail media, there is a small difference on each type of disc that will allow that installation disc to accept only one type of product key. - So asrar on June 4, 2009 Annonamouys Thanks for you great help asrar on June 4, 2009 Guys you can follow annonomouys direction to find the Sp3 key from you CD.