Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
Yes, you can click that Microsoft pop-up, and it will lead you through their "key-changer" software -- when requested, enter the 25-character key on the Microsoft decal on the bottom of the laptop, to "get valid".
Or, contact HP and order a set of "system restore" CD/DVD disks for your specific model -- about $20 for the disks, and $20 for shipping -- and reinstall Windows.
Or, some computers have a built-in "System Restore" partition that is "hidden" on the disk-drive. Backup your data files, and then reinstall from the files in that partition.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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