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Need 2 bypass validation tool 2 update xp pro with service packs etc

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Or you can be on the phone for 3 hours lieing to Microsoft. lol. BUT make sure that you have the CD! I did not but instead IT TOOK 5 HOURS calling to only get a 25 letter product key!

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Re: bypass validation tool

You need to download a programme called keychanger to install service packs if you have a pirated copy, but this is illegal and wil not allow any updates when installed.

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Go to the Microsoft site and have them scan for updates for you.

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