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How can I enter the keycode from the back of my install guide which has letters and numbers when the window asking for it will only accept letters?

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Try pressing numlock key on your keyboard and retype keycode.

update me if that doesnt help

Posted on Apr 23, 2008

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    chbreshears Sep 11, 2012

    That didn't work for me. I tried with or without the numlock. I also tried using the numbers located above the letters. Still won't work

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