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License keys for Windows XP, any service pack, can be tricky to recover or restore. For a temporary solution you can try using the linked program. KMSPico 10 0 9 Final By TeamDaz Now you'll need to be careful while installing the trial version so that you don't install any of the bundled bloatware.
You could also try to rollback your serice pack to SP 1 or 2 through the Windows Update option under the Control Panel. It may be that your key is only valid through SP 2, which is fairly common and a problem I encountered often when I was working on XP machines back in 2005 and 2006.
The latest service pake for XP is SP3, you can download and install it by performing a Microsoft Update by clicking on the the start menu and above where it says "All Programs" look for Windows/Microsoft Update.
Once SP3 is installed i recommend you perform another MS update to update SP3.
When you installed SP3 it was also placed into Add/Remove programs, (In control panel). Boot the system and enter safe mode. Uninstall SP3.
See also Microsofts instructions on how to remove SP3; http://support.microsoft.com/kb/950249
You should be able to go to Add Remove and remove the specific update from the date it was loaded. You can also try a System Restore if you have one available for that date. The update did not install itself properly and keeps trying to do so.
Beethoven 9 is not part of the service pack. Go to microsoft and download the service pack as is. If you don't have a fully registeredwindows program, you will have problems until you register it. I've downloaded all service packs and updates for the past 7 years on different levels of windows without any problems. You must have them registered to prove you have an authentic purchased program, not something copied from someone elses setup disks.
I believe that kind of question isn't allowed. We can not offer you/give you a legitimate Windows XP Home Edition Serial Key. The reason is simple, it's illegal. There are plenty of websites that store serial keys but the thing is, those are probably already blacklisted and do not allow you to update your computer. Which off course is a big security risk.
There are alternatives though to get Windows XP pretty cheap. 1. Buy a new PC with XP. Usually you'll get an OEM license. 2. If you are still a student, maybe your school has some interesting offers for it's students. 3. Use a serial key from an older PC. Install XP using the software disc you have and if it cannot activite because of the hardware being to different from the PC Windows was activated on you'll need to call Microsoft (phone number is on the Activation Utility)