Question about Sony VAIO VGN-NR220E/S Notebook PC
Take out a magnifying glass and look real close to the numbers. 8 will often look like a B, 6 and G are often confused. Also make sure that if you are using the sticker that is on the side of the computer that you are installing an OEM copy of windows and not the retail copy because that will also make a difference.
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Use a product key recovery program to find your lost key. An example of such a program is Product Key Explorer
Install the program by double-clicking on the file you just downloaded and going through the installation process.
Open the program when ready and then click "select computer" and make sure it says "Local Computer." Click on the "Find Keys" button.
Locate the program that you installed through your CD-ROM. Next to the product name should be your product key.
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