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I'll assume you mean your computers warranty.
All the computers I've purchased have used the purchaser information as warranty verification.Normally you don't have to register. If you've been prompted to somewhere read the fine print. It's usually a way to get you to submit to periodic offers by email as well as offering update checks (sometimes every time you turn your computer on, which is a good way to really slow your computer down). HP is a common culprit. Some software you do have to register and you'll usually find that in the help tab of the particular program.
If you did not buy the computer from a retail or computer mfgr. but you know it's still under warranty go to that mfgr's website and see if you can find the registration there.
Let me know if this helps
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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