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What Does XP COA NO OS Mean?

If u examine closer all xp cd's have the same cd key. please send me these type of informations by mail. That means that the copy of Windows on the PC is legal (assuming the version of Windows installed is the same as the COA). Have you used that disc in a computer where this OS is still currently installed?

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That doesn’t mean you can keep ignoring this platform.  It’s time to move with the market and include Apple products as part of your support services.  You might be a die-hard Can I determine which Volume license CD is the correct one? Any other way?

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I volunteer at five different nonprofit organizations. Anything else, search the net. Please try to produce practical solutions. http://www.pcworld.com/article/257599/windows_license_questions_your_faqs_answered.html I have an handful of unused licenses (different XP versions) that are from decomissioned PC's.

My other computer had a pre-installed backup of XP on it and I burned a disc from that. raveclaire on June 2, 2009 …thnx for the code …of xp thnks a lot boss…(/^_^\\\ Bones on June 2, 2009 Thanks El Cabron, the QQHHK code got me past the installation wfdTamar says August 10, 2009 at 10:27 pm I had a Toshiba laptop with OEM Product Key for Win XP Pro. xp?

no cd key is working i have tried everythin in the blog and in the unattend folders any help is appreciated haj on November 27, 2008 hI I HAVE A LAPTOP see here Fortunately, i found the documentation. i don't know how to do my self my window . Jack on December 24, 2009 Thank you.

I will continue the chase as time permits, but no promises on an eventual ‘payoff'. MissouriMark says February 16, 2008 at 12:12 pm Hey Teo - I believe the rules described above that apply to the OEM and Retail version, also apply to the Volume disks. Is there another way to find out? The other procedure mentioned about the winnt.sif file is only showing the current product key on the system you are using to view the file, not the one that came on

The Recovery CDs are some other story; they carry a COA for the OS, yet they are a bundle of OS+specific drivers+slackware, that when gets installed returns your computer to its Thanks for sharing your knowlege with Technibble readers. Mark says November 27, 2007 at 1:09 pm Hi I have an oem pc that needs a new install of xp home. notagenius on February 8, 2009 a genius indeed.10x brett favre on February 8, 2009 XP8BF-F8HPF-PY6BX-K24PJ-TWT6M this worked, but will I go to Jail soon?

swami says January 6, 2011 at 6:50 am I have genuine Windows xp cd but i lost that key at some where please help me how to find that key please..please….. Case Change? QQHHK-T4DKG-74KG7-BQB9G-W47KG H73K7-6HD2V-X4WJQ-TWFQ3-BYXT3 ENJOY ..

USE THIS TOOL FOR INFO, but if you know that you are not legit, DON"T SEND THEM THE INFO because you may not want to snitch (report piracy) to MS.

for example, one is not to distribute the oem discs with other used systems, they are to be distributed with a new system. Microsoft is not so dumb to leave their cd key to be read by guy's like u.Especially Not in a easily readable "*.txt" format. If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Nic B says February 22, 2010 at 2:18 am Well, the generic key worked but not my key generated by Jelly Bean - even when I tried to change the key

Every component on a computer can be changed so when does it become a different pc? This also applies to any MS Office program that doesn't cut the mustard. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. i mean the one in the first start upp on xp that cd key i cant find some one help!

That was easy! giedriux on January 8, 2010 thank you 😉 charles on January 9, 2010 I got the code and inserted the product number using the wizard and the compuper does not reconize An OEM version has the text "OEM" include in line that says "Pid=XXXXXOEM" and a retail version has just numbers. For a reatil disc,it is most likely there encrypted on the disc and good luck finding it.

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