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I have windows but no code key

I have windows XP on my computer. lately mu computer is making a error with word this is not - something. please help with code to remov this words. regads Whose

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Hi there, Whose.


We, at FixYa, do not supply activation codes of any kind. Key replacement is done solely through Microsoft. Microsoft includes the Product key with the documentation that came with the install CD. 

If it has been lost there is a remedy, but finding the right place to do it can be daunting. Here's how to cut through the red tape, most of it anyhow: 

Click here to bring up Microsoft's product replacement page. 

Scroll down a few lines. 
On the left side, under the second 'More Information header, click on 'Replacement Product Key'.

This will walk you through the procedure. You'll be up and running in no time.

Regards
/Teis

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