Hi I bought this E- Machine at wal-Mart last August. I did not realize that I needed to get all codes and numbers off the box until it was to late. I have microsoft office installed on my computer but, I can not use it because I do not have my regristation code needed for this program. Is there any way you can find my code for me so I can use this program without having to purchase a new one?
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Re: Office code for start up
I service our local walmart computers while they warranty them.
Those only came with a legal 60 day / 90 day trial (code was preinstalled) you must purchase it froma legal (microsoft = ms) dealer to continue using it (sorry ms likes them some $)
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You can purchase this cord (or poser supply) from the manufacturer, or any of the big box stores that handle computers .... a few examples I am familiar with K-mart - Office Max - Office Depot - Staples - Wal Mart - Radio Shack - Best Buy. You will probably be greeted wby FixYa.com advertisers who can help you with this as well.
There is likely a computer repair guy struggling to get by, who lives around the corner from you (where ever that is) who would also be happy to assist you with this problem.
You have to click on the link to Buy it Now in order to get the code... or you may be able to find it in a jewel case at a local dept store( Target, Wal-Mart etc) and enter the unlock code you get when buying it
Two long beeps is the code for memory trouble. Try removing the memory modules from their sockets. Make sure the sockets are free of dust (computers can get pretty dirty inside), using compressed air (available canned from office supply places, Wal-Mart, etc.) to blow them out if needed. Make sure the contacts on the modules are clean. You can use a pencil eraser with light pressure to clean them off. Reseat the modules firmly in their sockets. Then try restarting the computer.
If the trouble continues and you have more than one memory module in the system, try replacing them one at a time and restarting the computer to try to determine which one is causing the trouble.
If the trouble still won't go away, see if you can borrow a known good memory module from someone and try that. You might have a failed system board or multiple bad memory modules. (It can happen, and can drive you nuts when you try the "one-at-a-time" trick. I've been there!)
Are you sure it ain't on your invoice (or the disk or the title card or the quick-start manual?) If I were Sam I'd probably put it on the flimsy thermal-printed receipt, which you should scan so's to have a copy around. The activation code, I mean.