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Product Key Have a gateway 2000 Essential 733 Product key for Works Suite 2k was not on disc How to get key to activate Word Perfect Office 2000 Pro back on computer Have windows Me Operating system

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If you are comfortable working with the Registry, do a search for ProductID.

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    JDTec Sep 25, 2008

    There is a program called "produkey" that may reveal the key for you. search google for it.

    also, CD-keyreader may do it too.

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Can i use my emachine recovery disk on my gateway after i install a new hard drive on my gateway?


No, you can't. (Well, it might be possible, but very unlikely, that it would work.) Recovery discs are made for specific machines. There are a couple of reasons why the discs for one system can't be used for another brand or model.

In addition to installing the operating system (Windows), recovery discs also include drivers for the machine's included hardware (video, sound, media card slots, etc.). The drivers on the recovery disc for an eMachines system won't have what a Gateway system needs, unless they were built using exactly the same motherboard and other parts, which would be quite unusual. If wrong hardware drivers are installed, Windows may not start and give you the famous "blue screen of death". Or Windows will start, then begin finding new hardware and asking you for drivers you won't have (although you could find them at the Gateway website). The discs also include the applications the manufacturer preloaded on the system. Some of these may not work and cause problems because of the hardware differences (a sound control program with the wrong sound hardware, for instance).

The other reason is that a restore disc also includes information that gets placed into Windows so the system comes up already activated and ready to go. Activation is based on information about the hardware configuration of the system, and yours won't be correct. Windows will see the this and you'll need to activate manually. If the Windows version on the eMachines recovery disc isn't exactly the same as the one on the Gateway, the product key on the computer won't work when you try activation.

Rather than try using the wrong recovery disc, see if you can borrow or download the installation disc for the Windows version specified on the product key sticker on the Gateway. Then you can do a clean new Windows installation and activate it using the product key. You can find the drivers your computer needs at Gateway's website as I mentioned before. It's more work than just running the recovery disc, but it will work. This does mean the system won't have any of the preloaded applications originally on the computer when you're finished. But this is not a bad thing.

Much of the preloaded stuff on a new computer is often called "bloatware", which you really don't need. It just slows the computer down, uses up Windows resources, and may be gathering information and sending it to sites behind your back. You can find good free programs to do anything originally installed and install only what you really need and want. Here are a few suggestions to get you started:

CD/DVD burning: CDBurnerXP
Antivirus: AVG, Avast!
Audio processing: Audacity
Image processing: GIMP
Office suite: OpenOffice

Good luck getting the system back up and running. Thanks for using Fixya!

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I can't use microsof office because of that product key


Hello beverlydavid, you can get a [Free Trial], at this "Website!"

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What is ms office 2007 product key


Each seEach set of Microsoft Office CD's comes with a unique product key. The key consists of 5 grops of 5 combinations of letters and numbers such as WE567-SFD7U-SV67J-WWE7U-SGF5T. This key is printed on the package that contains the CD's. If you do not have your unique product key you cannot install Office on your PC. You will have to call the Microsoft Product Activation Center at 888-725-1047.
You will be asked if you are at your computer with the activation window open - respond with "YES" your will be asked for your activation I D - respond by saying "HELP", the message will repeat, respond by saying "TRANSFER" - continue to respond with "TRANSFER" until you hear "If you wish to talk with a specialist say transfer" again say "TRANSFER". You will then be asked if you have the activation wizard up on your screen - respond with "YES". Finally, you will be transferred to an activation specialist and you can talk to him and find out what to do to resolve your problem.
If you have any additional questions contact me by clicking on the "Add a comment" link located under your problem description on FixYa. Also, if you believe that this information was helpful to you, please return to the FixYa website and rate my response to your question.
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Change Product Key for Office 2007


what you will have to do is call microsoft and they will give you a new one time key. had do that before because reinstalled win xp too many times.
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Need product key for Microsoft Suite 2000, I don't want to have repurchase again.


You will need to Call MS and tell them the situation but they will most likely tell you the only option is to purchase a new MS suite.

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Cannot fing the product key for 2007 microsoft office suite


CONTACT MICROSOFT IF OWNERSHIP CAN BE CONFIRMED.THEY WILL GIVE IT TO YOU OR SEND A NEW ONE.RICHARDM69

Dec 07, 2008 | Gateway PC Desktops

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I have lost my key code for my mircosoft works cd. I had my computer fixed and now i have the reinstall my programs it is asking me to enter my code. I no longer have it what do i do now?


If Works Suite 2000 was preinstalled when you purchased your computer, and you lost the CD key, you must call your equipment manufacturer for a new CD key for Works Suite 2000.

For information about how to contact your equipment manufacturer, visit the following Microsoft Web site: http://support.microsoft.com/gp/vendors If Works Suite 2000 was not preinstalled, and you lost your CD key, please call Works Suite 2000 support for a new CD key.

Nov 20, 2008 | Microsoft PC Desktops

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Im trying to write a letter on microsoft office but somthing poping up saying that i need to have a, organization and a product key but i have no idea what they are?


You probably have a new PC which came with 90 day trail version of MS Office.
Instead of paying money to Microsoft, download OpenOffice. It is a free open source Office suite that works just like MS Office, it even opens word documents, Powerpoint and Excel files.
Get it here :

http://www.openoffice.org/

copy and paste the complete link into your browser.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
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Nov 12, 2008 | Gateway PC Desktops

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Software prerequisite


I don't believe so. You might need an older version of office installed on your pc though.

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I have just received my new gateway computer, and it's asking me for a product key when I use microsoft office. I cann't locate number anywhere. Please help me.


Normally the product key for MS office will be on a sticker on its manual (with a bundled PC). It can also be on a sticker on the PC. Sometimes Mfg's place the sticker on the plastic wrapper that wraps manuals & other pamphlets. Somewhere in the documents you received you will find the key. You can always call Gateway. Most PC's come with a one year warranty.

Gateway support. (Click on the link).
http://support.gateway.com/support/ask_gateway.asp

Mike

May 02, 2008 | PC Desktops

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