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Hi Bubbabear64 I asked if i want to change the Picture and the Data on System Properties as the link. Thanks for your care.

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  • Mody R.
    Mody R. Nov 07, 2008

    Windows XP Royale Version

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock May 11, 2010

    Thats a different screen than what I have seen for systems properties before.  Is this for Windows XP or Vista?

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If this a Royale Version of Windows XP, it should indicate that on the properties screen. The serial number should be on this properties screen as well.

There isn't anyway to change the properties screen. It's a proprietary screen that Microsoft use to read the serial number of the software, Bios settings of your computer, as well the processor and available memory you have.

Since these fields aren't populated, are you sure this is a genuine version of Windows XP?

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