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It is on the bottom of computer but can't read it all. cert of authenticity is X15-53759

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Contact your manufacturer for that information.

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SOURCE: code of authenticity on the bottom of my computer

You can download a free program called produkey. It will give you the product key of your computer. It gives you windows key and any microsoft office product keys.

http://download.cnet.com/ProduKey/3000-2094_4-10457063.html

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