Question about Microsoft Computers & Internet
I reinstalled after problem and can't locate the activation code for product purchased from Microsoft.It does not show on that account too old I guess.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The product key is located in the caseing of the desktop or laptop, if you don't have such a product key, you need to purchase the product to get the key. Or contact your dealer / product support directly.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
SOURCE: Product key
it is not possible to obtain the key to your cd, as windows 98 is no longer supported for help by microsoft, if you need to obtain a key for your windows 98 disc then i suggest you try to goto serials.ws and search for "Windows 98" and try those product keys.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
SOURCE: dear, i reinstall window xp
> I reinstall Windows XP Professional .. it asked me [for] product key.
What CD-ROM did you use -- the CD-ROM supplied by the manufacturer (Dell, HP, eMachines, ACER) or a "non-genuine" copy on a CD-recordable disk?
Did you copy the product-key from the decal on the side-panel of the desktop
(or the decal on the bottom of the laptop) ?
Were you connected to the Internet when it "again" asked for the activation code?
If so, Windows has connected to Microsoft, to compare your product-key to a list
of "bad" ("compromised") license-keys, and it found a MATCH, indicating that you
have a "non-genuine" copy of Windows XP.
Please supply more details.
Posted on Nov 23, 2010
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