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Need Valid Product Key for MS Office 2010 Suite

Q: Need Valid Product Key for MS Office 2010 Suite

Restored machine to factory settings & now MS office Suite no longer works. Need valid Product Key. The One on the bottom of my machine is no longer valid for some reason.

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Preferred Solution: Need Valid Product Key for MS Office 2010 Suite

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I purchased MS Office Suite Home and Student 2010 without the Outlook component.

3 months later thru a promotion at work I was offered MS Office Suite Professional 2010 which I took advantage of to get the Outlook.

Problem is that the Home and Student was downloaded and installed and working fine in a 64bit and the product from work was 32bit. Not compatible.

I want to uninstall the 64 and install the 32bit so that I can have the Outlook program but I want to do so as CLEANLY as possible.

Can anyone help me go thru the steps?

A:MS Office suite 2010

Welcome to WSF.

Office 2010 64-bit will uninstall quite happily via Control Panel>Uninstall Programs, but you might want to use a third-party uninstaller such as Revo, which will scan the registry for remnants and leftover files.

Make sure you reboot after you've uninstalled the 64-bit version, and then install your 32-bit version.

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A few days ago, I started getting "The add-in template is not valid.
(C:\Users\...\~$nereader6.sprint.dot)" when starting up MS Word in Office 2010 under Windows 10. Any ideas on how I can stop this message appearing?
 

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This came already preloaded on my Netbook; it's actually Microsoft Office "STARTER" 2010 (and I don't need more for this Netbook), but I need a product key, which I have to buy. I didn't know this and was going to install my current, 3pc limit Microsoft Office 2007 on the Netbook. I don't want to install this in my netbook as that would be two programs, right? And to just make things easier, would it be best to just buy a product key for 2010 for my Netbook?

I'm not sure what "starter" is, although if I click on Purchase it takes me to a one-user Home and Student 2010 edition.

My current desktop computer has Microsoft Office 2007 home and Student edition. Can this be upgraded by the same product key code if I were to buy the whole product (with disc) for it's key code for my Netbook? I know if I just buy the product key code it's only good for one computer and it seems like that would be a waste of money. It's $109!

So can I or should I upgrade my desktop computer to match the Netbook's version of Microsoft Office and use the same key code for both? I'm not sure that can be done. Or perhaps I should leave well enough alone and simply buy the product key code for my Netbook which is preloaded with Microsoft Office Starter 2010 Suite.

Any advice? I don't need "issues".
 

A:Microsoft Office 2010 suite....and Netbook

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Hello all! I searched and couldn't find the answer to the following question.

I have Office 2010 - two licenses at that, and want to remove the Office 2010 Suite from one computer and out it on another. Do I just go in and set it up on the new/replacement computer and at the point of activation when I try and activate the license it will tell me that I can't and that I need to call Microsoft...is this what is going to happen, or can I "deactivate" the license on the computer that is going to be dead soon??

Any help is appreciated!

A:Migrate Office 2010 Suite from Old Computer to New One

First issue, if this is an "OEM" version, such as what is on new PC's, the it is only legally licensed for the PC it was delivered with and you would need a new copy of Office (to be legal). Microsoft (Usually) will not reactivate an OEM licensed version on a different PC.

If this is a "Retail" copy of Office you should be able to install it and call Microsoft and get it deactivated from the old PC and activated in the new PC.

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anyone can help me
i have Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit sp1
i need Microsoft office .. i'm paying product key for M-Office 2010 .. but
all the time when i make download for M.Office i got this message
'' There are no products by this package installed on this system''

A:need help - product key for M-Office 2010

Looks like you are installing just SP1 update, rather than full version of Office.

In the same email with the product key there should be full links to download your full version of Office or at least customer service number.

Every Office key has a specific version for it, you can not download just any version of Office (example: keys for PRO PLUS are not going to work with Home edition etc).

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I want to upgrade to Windows 10 however I need to have the product activation code for the Office 2010 that came with the computer and I activated on setup. I can not find the card with the code on, is there anyway I can find the code on the computer or do I have to ditch the software?

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Bought the computer with MS Office Professional Plus 2010 installed. Now software is corrupted (programs/office/change - corrupted, reinstall).Before removing and reinstalling, I want to make sure if have the product key on hand. Is there a way to get it from Lenovo or otherwise? Microsoft support cannot help (tried already).I do NOT see a Microsoft sticker on the back of the computer.  

A:MS Office 2010 Product Key

Hi regulatorFix, welcome to the community,
 
The product license key would have been in the box or alternatively did you perhaps create a microsoft account in which case the key will be stored and retrievable through your microsoft account.
 
https://products.office.com/en-gb/download-back-up-restore-microsoft-office-products

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I currently use Windows Live Mail.
I was looking at "Office Home and Student 2010" and "Office Home and Business 2010" (1 user license).
Business has Outlook, where as Student doesn't.
Is Outlook "better" in any way than WLM?

A:Outlook 2010 vs. Windows Live Mail (Office suite)

Outlook is a paid program so it will have more functionality than WLM, but they will both have their ups and downs. Either you use free WML or pay for Outlook.






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Windows Live Mail is free software which lacks the full functionality of Outlook. If you want to have something for free, use Live Mail. If you want something professional that will integrate your calendar, contacts, and email, use Outlook. Additionally, Outlook can connect to Microsoft Exchange Server, which should be considered if you are in a business environment.

As far as migration benefits, Outlook is far superior than Windows Live Mail or Outlook Express. Outlook stores all of your emails and data in a Microsoft Personal File Folder (PST File) which can be simply copied from your old computer to new computer if you ever buy a new system. Windows Live Mail is much more complicated and difficult to migrate.


from Should I be using Windows Live Mail or Outlook? - Super User

I would research the functions of both and see which one you prefer.

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A:Need a Working Product Key For MS Office 2010 ?

hi guy
i think this is illegal in this forum

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I had Office 2003 installed on my laptop and when Outlook stopped working, I decided to remove 2003 and install Office Professional 2010. I followed all the instructions. I bought 2010 a while back and installed it on my desktop computer where it works fine. The box says that I can use it on up to 3 computers at home. I installed 2010 but I still could not open Outlook. After reading about a regedit fix on this forum, I tried it and it then opened fine (thank you Captain Sparrow!) Great, I thought.

However, whenever I open any application in Office, I get told that I have to activate the product. It then tells me that my product key is invalid. How is this when I had to put in the product key at the beginning when I installed it? Surely if it was invalid it would have told me when I first installed. I have checked that there are no other versions of Office installed and I can't see any on the Install/Uninstall programme. Maybe there is something still there that I don't recognise. There is a whole load of Microsoft Visual C stuff there. And another one is called Microsoft Office File Validation Add In which has been there since August 2014. I removed Microsoft Silverlight and Microsoft Works.

I am at the stage where I want to throw the whole damn thing out of the window. Someone PLEASE help me!!!

A:Office 2010 product key comes up invalid.

Hi Leosrme, welcome to the Forum.

You could contact Microsoft by phone & discuss this with them.

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Hi

I work in a local large PC outlet and recently reset a laptop too factory for a customer who had Office 2010 Home & Student on it, she does not know any login creds nor has the product key but we have proof of purchase from my store - I called one Microsoft number who said it would be possible to sort out and that the customer & I could call another number he supplied, but when we did the person on that end was more sales based and said that it could not be sorted out and that she would have to re-purchase the product!!! I was totally astounded! at the shop I work at we swipe/scan all Microsoft cards/discs so the purchase goes too Microsoft, the 2010 Home & Student discs were purchased 18 months ago.

is there any way for MS too pull up the proof of purchase off our receipt and simply give the lady a new key and download link for H&S 2010?

I cant believe that she was told to purchase it again...if i lost my car keys I wouldn't have to buy a whole new car..its just daft.

thanks

A:Help with Office H&S 2010 lost product key

Snadge, I do not believe it is possible to retrieve the product key from a restored system. If it was an original installed demo version of office then they evidently purchased the key while on-line. They should be able to go to the store and retrieve their key. Otherwise your out of luck.

Sorry
Rich

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this is a continuation of this and this thread
to sum it up in a nut shell
after i cleaned everything up
i shut it down and then tried to restart it
and it wouldnt get to the login screen
so ive done a fresh install and now im trying to recover my Microsoft Office 2010 product key
so i pulled out the hard drive with the info on it
and put it in an external hard drive enclosure
i can only see the info in one OS
Linux
if i connect it to my W7 laptop it says the drive need to be formatted
and the same goes for my fresh install of Vista
so any help will greatly be appreciated!

A:recovering office 2010 product key

Hello disturbed13 and welcome to the forums

This should be relatively simple

The Office 2010 product key is stored in the Software registry hive, however it is in an encoded format and we'll need a tool to decipher it.

I would like you to boot into Linux and open the file manager. Navigate to the following folder on your Windows hard drive:

C:\Windows\system32\config

You should see a few files in here, the ones without extensions are your registry hives. Copy and paste the file "software" (there is no file extension) to a a USB flash drive so we can access it from another computer.

For the next part, you'll need access to a Windows computer.

Now I would like you to download ProduKey (by Nirsoft):

ProduKey - Recover lost product key (CD-Key) of Windows/MS-Office/SQL Server

Direct download link for 32 bit computers: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/produkey.zip
Direct download link for 64 bit computers: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/produkey-x64.zip

Insert your flash drive into the Windows PC and run ProduKey.When ProduKey launches, press File > Select Source and you will be presented with a new menuOn this, select Load the product keys from an external Software Registry hive and you will be prompted to open a fileNavigate to the software hive on the external drive and open the hive

All of your product keys should now be displayed If you right click on them, you should be able to copy them directly.

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Hello, i have bought a laptop with windows 7 and office 2010 but the given key (it was on a sticker underneath the laptop),product doesn't work.what can i do?

A:Office 2010 key product problem

  
Quote: Originally Posted by madamfrosan


Hello, i have bought a laptop with windows 7 and office 2010 but the given key (it was on a sticker underneath the laptop),product doesn't work.what can i do?


Welcome Madamfrosan to the windows 7 forums.

The Key that is on your computer is the key for your windows version Not for office 2010. That key is only available from Microsoft. You can buy a key either on-line from microsoft or most large computer stores will see you the carton that has the key inside of it.

Rich

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I was having lockup problems with Excel, so I uninstalled 2010 upgrade and Office 2010, and when i tried to reinstall it, MS gave me a message saying the product key was invalid. I bought the 2010 upgrade and I have the correct product key from that installation. I verified that I entered the key correctly (it was correct). I am now toast.
What do I do next??
Thanks in advance !!!

A:cannot use product key to reinstall Office 2010

Contact microsoft support

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Bought a Dell Laptop with Microsoft office 2007 professional with a free upgrade to office 2010. Went to Microsoft online downloaded 2010. Microsoft required my 2007 office product ID to confirm I was eligible for the upgrade, once I was confirmed I downloaded Office 2010. Microsoft emailed me the product key but it does not work. Where can I get another product key? Microsoft web site has given me no answers.

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A:Solved: office 2010 product key won't work

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Is there a way to check my office 2010 product key ? I paid for a key on ebay and I just got a message from ebay that the listing has been removed , it updates just fine and I have no issues with it but I would still like to check it to be sure.
Thank you
 

A:Solved: how do I Validate office 2010 product key

Anyone concerned about the product key being genuine would not buy one on Ebay!
 

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I installed Office 2010 today from genuine disks that had a product key on one of the sleeves; however, it didn't ask for a product key as they ran and reran and reran it the rest of the day.

I'm sure that at some point they will have to use that key; but, I would like to know: What's up with that?
 

A:Office 2010 didn't ask for a product key on installation -- why?

More information: This was a copy of Microsoft Office donated by Microsoft to a non-profit organization and supposedly had a six-user license. They have been using this on several computers for several days now and there has still been no pop-up asking for a product key.

Surely someone here has installed Office 2010 besides me. What is your experience? What is your take on this?

This is a legit disk. Why is no product key being asked for?
 

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Hello, How do I retreive the Microsoft Office 2010 Product Key which was installed on my Envy 14 when I purchased it new from HP? My hard drive has failed and must be replaced. Thanks in advance

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Ok so I'm planning on re-installing Windows, which means I need to download Office 2010 again. However, I simply can't find the correct email that Office is tied to. I've tried the only 4 emails of mine it could possibly be tied to to no avail. The computer/Office were a gift from my parents for graduation, but their work/home emails don't have an account tied to them. So I'm at a loss.

I ran into this problem before, trying to switch from click to run to MSI. However, I was able to work around it by, I think, downloading the 30 day trial or whatever, and activating from there. However, I can't seem to find a 2010 trial anymore. A Google search for it takes me to where it would be, but then I click on "try it now" (as seen here Try Office 2010 - Microsoft Office) (Home and Student version, if it matters), and it redirects me to the new 2013 version, which obviously isn't what I want.

Any thoughts on how to work around this? I could always try customer service, I guess, but if there's some alternate source to get the trial from that would be great. Thanks.

Edit: Also, I really want it to be the MSI version, not click to run, so I think that would affect what to download. Thanks again.

A:Microsoft Office 2010 - have product key but not correct email

Follow this link and scroll down to the Office 2010 download. Install it, then activate it with your product key:

Microsoft

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Windows 10 crashed while updating OS because the power went out. The drive will no longer boot up.

I have connected the problem hard drive to another PC's USB port so I can see my files. I am now able to view all of the files.

I will be formatting the problem hard drive, installing Windows 7, then upgrading back to Windows 10. I have my Windows 7 CD but have misplaced the Product Key Code. I would also like to find the Product Key Code for Windows 7, now upgraded to Windows 10 that's NOT Working.

A:How to find Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 Product Key

Use one of many keyfinders which you can download from the web.

Examples:
Showkey Plus
http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/...wKeyPlus.shtml

Produkey
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/product_cd_key_viewer.html

Belarc
http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html

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Office 2010 Home and Business no longer works after installing Norton 360. The title bar of any Office application shows Unlicensed product and a pop-up displays indicating that the license cannot be verified and I should repair the Office program via Control Panel.

I have repaired Office several times. I have also removed it completely and installed it again, to no avail. I tried to remove Office with Fix It 50450, but that program could not be executed due to an unexpected error during the installation of the package; there may be an error with the package, error code 2738.

I have been in contact with the Norton helpdesk and they have checked my system remotely. According to them the problem has nothing to do with Norton. The history showed no signs of Norton blocking anything.

Going back to a restore point is not possible, because with the installation of Norton all previous restore points were apparently deleted.

MGADiag reports the following error on the Licensing tab: "CScript Error: Can't find script engine "VBScript" for script "C:\Windows\system32\slmgr.vbs"
I found a message by NoelDP and following his suggestion I changed a registry entry back to this:


Code:
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{B54F3741-5B07-11cf-A4B0-00AA004A55E8}\InprocServer32]
@="C:\\Windows\\system32\\vbscript.dll"
"ThreadingModel"="Both"
In my case, there was a path that had McAfee in it. The vbscript.dll file is present in t... Read more

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Quote:
With the official release of Office 2010 already been posted for MSDN and TechNet subscribers, and the impending general availability (GA) of Office 2010 in June, Microsoft has also released a series of Office 2010: Product Guides e-books for each and every Office 2010 application important programs.

The Office 2010 product guides provide an overview of what?s new and improved in the 2010 versions of Microsoft Office programs and a deeper insight look at benefits across all Office 2010 programs, as well as Office Web and Office Mobile 2010. With the Office 2010 product guides, readers can read an at-a-glance overview, a closer look at many new and improved features, and instructions to help users find the features they want quickly and easily. There is also additional information and resources in some of the guides for power users, IT pros, and developers.


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Office 2010 Product Guides Free Download My Digital Life

A:Office 2010 Product Guides Free Download.

Thanks, I downloaded my copy of office 2010 from MSDN and it works great as did the beta version.

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I downloaded and ran the trial version of Office 2010 Professional Academic version. After a few days I decided to activate it and entered the 25-character product key which accompanied a purchased CD version of the program. When I go into any of the programs (Excel, Word, etc) and check to see if Office 2010 is authenticated (File > Help) I see displayed "Trial Product" and it says my trial period will expire in 26 days. Below that it reads "Product Activated." In other words, according to the almighty wisdom and omniscience of Microsoft I have BOTH an unactivated trial version and an authenticated version of their product. I would have thought that once I activated the product it would no longer say I have a trial version. Should the "Trial Product" bit still show there? If not how do I get rid of it? Thanks in advance for any comments, advice, etc.

A:Office 2010 says I have both an activated version AND a trial product

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Islamabad


I downloaded and ran the trial version of Office 2010 Professional Academic version. After a few days I decided to activate it and entered the 25-character product key which accompanied a purchased CD version of the program. When I go into any of the programs (Excel, Word, etc) and check to see if Office 2010 is authenticated (File > Help) I see displayed "Trial Product" and it says my trial period will expire in 26 days. Below that it reads "Product Activated." In other words, according to the almighty wisdom and omniscience of Microsoft I have BOTH an unactivated trial version and an authenticated version of their product. I would have thought that once I activated the product it would no longer say I have a trial version. Should the "Trial Product" bit still show there? If not how do I get rid of it? Thanks in advance for any comments, advice, etc.


Uninstall both 2010 versions > then re-install your paid version.

You could use the Programs and Features application. Do you see both versions there ?
If yes, uninstall both.

Here is a special application designed specifically for uninstalling MS Office of different years.
Scroll down to Office 2010 Suites, and click the FixIt button to uninstall.
How do I uninstall Office 2003, Office 2007 or Office 2010 suites if I cannot uninstall it from Control Panel?

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I did a  factory reinstall   on a laptop running windows 7 everything went fine until i tried to open a word document then it asked for the Microsoft Office 2010 Product key which was pre installed  i thought that it would have just activated just like windows did but it is not i have heard of ways to get it  before the reinstall but it is to late  i look on the bottom of the lap top no luck 

A:Microsoft Office 2010 Product key after factory reinstall

Hi, Probably that is Microsoft Ofice 2010 Starter. Please try:     http://www.techspot.com/downloads/6255-microsoft-office-starter-2010.html Regards.

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I have a copy of Office 2010 Home and student that came with my computer. It worked well until I tried to install Microsoft Outlook. Now, every time I try to start Outlook, it makes me re-enter my product key. Why is this?
I have tried running office as an administrator, which was a solution I found when I googled my problem, but it still does not work. What is going on here?

C

A:Office Home & Student 2010 keeps making me reenter product key

Office versions that come preinstalled are trial versions with the exception of Office 2010 starter which is a different animal. You can check your activation status this way:

How to check the activation type and status of Office 2010 installations - Office Deployment Support Team Blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs

Also, how did you install Outlook, outlook is not included in the home & student version. So its possible what you have now is standard or pro edition and thats why its asking for a key.

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Just started using a new workstation with Office 2010 installed by OEM. Everything worked fine for a few days, and then every time i attempt to open a Word file or Excel file i get the MS Office dialog box that states "please wait while windows configures Microsoft Office 2010". The dialog box stays visible for 30-45 seconds and then the program opens and works fine.

Ran a repair, four times, didn't fix it.

All of my research leads me to a solution of uninstalling and re-installing. I'm not buying that if everything worked fine for several days, that a bad install will make the program stop functioning properly.

I also noticed, while visiting help within outlook, that the product was still a trial version and not currently activated. I have entered the activation code numerous times with no luck.

Any suggestions? This is becoming extremely inefficient.

A:Office 2010 runs product configuration when opening Word and Excel

Right click the Word or Excel icon and select Run as administrator.
This should allow the proper configuration to be written to the system and you should not have to do it again.

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I am getting "Microsoft Office Professional 2010 cannot verify the license for this product. You should repair the Office program by using Control Panel." error this morning after booting up the system.

There was a MSFT update that ran last night, and I'm suspicious of it being the trigger of the error.

I have tried the "repair" option for MSO 2010, and have also re-entered the "key", to no avail.

Has anyone else had this problem? Any other ideas?

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A:Microsoft Office Professional 2010 cannot verify the license for this product ERROR

Hi there, welcome to the board!

Have you tried uninstalling the update? Do so from the Control Panel. There's a button which will toggle showing updates. I'm not aware of any updates which will do this though. I'd start there, maybe trying to open in safe mode, but that seems like a stretch.
 

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We have it on 2 of the 3 computers we have and it doesn't seem to be compatible with Word as it is said to be. When my daughter attaches her assignments to her professor it doesn't work.

It is on a refurbished Dell ( XP PRO Interl® Celeron® CPU: 2.40 GHZ, 2.39Ghz, RAM: 504 MB).

What might I try to get these programs to sync?

Thanks so much!

A:compatibility of "open office" suite and Microsoft Office Suite?

Hello alpad,

When she saves the document to send to the professor, which format is she saving it in? If she saves it as the default .odt, Word won't be able to open it. In the small window by "Save as Type" she needs to click the arrow to cause the drop down menu to come up, then select the proper Word version to save it as. My version of Open Office has the following MS Word options:

MS Word 97/2000/XP (.doc)
MS Word 95 (.doc)
MS Word 6.0 (.doc)

There is also an XML version. The latest version of Open Office, version 3, is also compatible with MS Word 2007; however, I don't know how that appears in the drop down menu as I don't yet have that version of Open Office.

Once she has chosen the proper Word format, then she needs to save the document. This is the version she should submit to the professor.

Orange Blossom

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Hi! Ich bought a HP ProBook 6550b a few days back. On the first start of the notebook I got the following message:Product Information not validThe following product information programmed into the system board is missing or invalidProduct Configuration ID I already updated to the latest Bios version, but this did not solve the problem. I searched Google and Youtube and found a tool (NbDmiFit ) that HP provides. Unfortunately I think, that the tool does not support my motherboard. I tried the batchfile "NbDmiFit.bat", which should find the correct exe-File for setting the missing value, but that didn't work. After that I tried every single exe-file, but I was not able to set the Product Configuration ID successful. Does anyone know, which exe-file or which tool one needs for setting the Product Configuration ID on a HP ProBook 6550b? I also discovered a further possible solution with WinFlash. Unfortunately I don't know, which command is necessary for setting the Product Configuration ID. Maybe someone can help with that: Usage: WinFlash64.exe [COMMAND]dat      string   Specify the asset tag DMI string.dmc    string   Specify the chassis manufacturer DMI string.dmm  string   Specify the motherboard manufacturer DMI string.dks     string    Specify the SKU number DMI string.dms    string    Specify the system manufacturer DMI string.dos [string;... Read more

A:Product Information not valid - Product Configuration ID mis...

I can ask to have your issue escalated. You should be contacted by an HP representative someone over the next few days.

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It seems that there may be a problem in Office 2010. I just installed it to the standard MS default/recommended settings .........all looked good...used Word great..until I use Excel and each time I try to use excel it sets off an 'Office Configuration' screen which I can not stop..it take a few minutes and then loads OK. I tried to launch it from the installed prgrams icon but there is no files on 'start in' etc..I tied to create a shortcut to the desktop from the excel.exe file and get the same reconfigure issue..it seem that somehow I don't have either permissions or I have a corrupt install..all Office suite works eventually Anyone know how to fix it..please?

A:Office 2010 Pro Plus Win7 x 64 Excel reconfigures Office 2010

Have you ever had a previous version of Office on this copy of win7?
or

Do you have any component of a previous office suite installed still

I have seen this in the past with Viso that was due to remnents of an earlier trial remaining on disk and in the registry.

I also found that if I cancelled the configuration screen the Viso would load without problems without the need to wait for completion.

There are some rather involved solution stems on Microsoft website - cannot find them at the present but will try to look for them.

The problem was that I could never get the removal steps to actually cure the issue and I put up with the error until my next re-install of Win7, which was not to long in the case of that system

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I don't know if maybe I'm the only one who runs into this problem or if it happens to a lot of people, but it seems to come up a lot for me.

I have had this issue on many computers but right now I am setting up an old Dell Latitude E5510 for an employee and I have reformatted, installed all drivers, and programs needed. I installed Office 2007, because this employee won't really be using the computer much.

I start up Windows Updates today and it has me downloading 3 updates for Windows 2010. This computer had Office 2010 on it before it was reformatted. Is it still sensing Office 2010 buried somewhere in the files and that's why it's asking me to install updates for it? Does Office 2007 use updates that are also made for 2010(and are only labled 2010)? Anyone have any ideas? I don't believe it's hurting anything, but I am curious!

Thanks

A:Find Office 2010 Updates, When Office 2010 Isn't Installed?

I get those type of updates for my Office 2003. There are some later updates that can be applicable. For example, I installed a converter that lets me open later MSWord formats (2003 is doc) and now I get updates for later Office versions.

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SoftMaker Office is a complete and limited - featured office suite that comes with a word processor, a spreadsheet, and a presentation-graphics program. Compatible with many Microsoft Word and Excel formats. (pre Office 2010), more like office 2003.

Note:Requires registration using Your name, Country & E Mail address used for activation and to obtain serial key by E Mail.

Free SoftMaker Office 2008

Formats the Word Processor (TextMaker) can open.

Formats the Spread Sheet (PlanMaker) can open.

Formats the Power point like application (Presentations) can open.

Note: Compatible with XP, Vista & Windows 7 and currently using in Windows 8 CP (Compatibility mode)

A:Free full featured office suite - SoftMaker Office 2008

Sounds good, but since I already have MS Office 2007, I guess I don't need it. Will it do something that mine won't?

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Hiya Everyone.

Here is the little problem I have encounted.
This evening, I installed in my computer Microsoft Professional Office suite 2003.I installed all the components, ie, Word, Publisher, powerpoint, excel and access.
All the applications worked immediatley and correctly except, Access. This application will neither open or run ? I have uninstalled it, re-installed twice, but that particular component will not run.
Any advise would be appreciated.

regards,
Tony.

A:Microsoft Office Professional Office Suite 2003

Have you tried downloading Office service pack 2?http://office.microsoft.com/Nice bike, still wish I had my '67Mark

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Hello all, the entire Office 2003 suite one day looks old like 2000 or Windows 2000 icons in general.

Does anyone know why this happened and how it could be fixed?

Thanks.
 

A:Entire Office 2003 suite looks like Office 2000

This had happened to me once but in office 2007. It happened when I tried to open an older file type so It went into compatibility mode, which also changes the layout.

Not sure if its the same thing with office 2003 but go into options, advanced, and see if you can find something like compatibility options or layout.

Anyway if its not their your looking for some kind of option like that so snoop around all the options, views, and windows menus.
 

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I have Windows 7 Home Premium 64 and Microsoft Office 2007 Small Business. I will be receiving Office 2010 Professional Plus. Do I have to uninstall Office 2007 Small Business or can I install Office 2010 over it. What is the best way to handle the upgrade. I have a lot of files on word and excell. Will they transfer over.

Thanks in advance for all your help and cooperation.

Rottikid

A:Microsoft Office 2010/ Replace Office 2010

  
Quote: Originally Posted by rottikid


I have Windows 7 Home Premium 64 and Microsoft Office 2007 Small Business. I will be receiving Office 2010 Professional Plus. Do I have to uninstall Office 2007 Small Business or can I install Office 2010 over it. What is the best way to handle the upgrade. I have a lot of files on word and excell. Will they transfer over.

Thanks in advance for all your help and cooperation.

Rottikid


Hi rottikid & welcome,

You are strongly advised to uninstall Office 2007 first.
Links below for you to peruse.

Make sure you have a copy of all that you wish to transfer / use on the new Office 2010.

If you require more help let us know.

Jan.

How do I uninstall Office 2003, Office 2007 or Office 2010 suites if I cannot uninstall it from Control Panel?

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A while back I moved my Gateway machine from Vista Home Premium x32 to Win 7 Home Premium x64.
The Win 7 OS was purchased from a well known software distribution outlet to save money, and was a Dell OEM x64 bit version.
The clean install went Ok, but the product key included with the disc would not validate. I called the vendor and they provided a new product key, which did validate.
About seven months went by with no problems, then after the second to last MS update, I received an error after booting stating my copy of windows was not valid.

Again I contacted the vender, and they supplied a third product key, but told me I might have to validate by phone. This didn't work, the third key they had given me was an invalid key as well!
I ended up with MS tech support and after forty five minutes later and granting them control of my PC, the tech provided a working product key, but was reluctant to give me the key!
If I call the vender, I'm sure they will supply another key, but now I'm using a MS supplied key that I don't have access to. What do I do now?
Thanks for any advice!
N2

A:Product Key Not Valid

Download and install Belarc. It carries out a full audit of your system and displays the results in a web page format.

The information should also include the product keys and serial numbers for any software you have installed.

At least now Microsoft can't refuse to validate an operating system that THEY provided the product key for.

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I have read some threads about people buying Windows 7 product keys on ebay and they are prob no good. I bought 2 product keys for Windows Ultimate 7, but didn't buy them off ebay. But how can I find out if my keys are good keys? After I bought the keys I was given a link to what I think was msdn site to choose my language, and my product That I bought the keys for and I used easymule to download the Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit iso.Before I go through the trouble of formatting my drive and installing Windows Ultimate 7 I was wondering how to tell if these keys are valid and make Windows 7 Ultimate a good copy and get updates. But I dont want to post the keys here if they are good because I paid for them to use and dont want someone to use them before I could activate them.Bryant

A:How to know if My product key is a valid key

If you bought only the keys without Windows 7 media there's a good chance they were illegally sold to you. The only way to know if the keys work is to install Windows 7 and try activating it. Also, be careful when downloading pirated copies of Windows (emule) as many contain viruses, malware, trogans, keyloggers, etc. Windows - Is It Genuine http://www.microsoft.com/genuine Microsoft - Piracy http://www.microsoft.com/piracy/default.aspx

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It has been close to 2 yrs tht i got this machine with windows XP OS. After i formatted my machine recently i get an error message as soon as login saying "You may be a victim of s/w counterfeiting". When I see the validation failure details, it says "The product key is not valid to use in your region". Y am I facing this problem now ??? Is there a way i can get this problem solved.
Looking forward for ur help.

Regards
Sheela.

A:Product key not valid

Is this XP Home or XP Professional? Which Service Pack?

I may not be able to help. I suspect a Microsoft rep can. He would probably ask the same questions as I did.

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I have a Acer Aspire T620 desktop PC, recently I had to reinstall XP Pro (which came with the computer when I brought it) as it was hit by the \windows\system32\config\system... missing or corrupt problem.

I have lost my Acer recovery CD, luckily I have my MSDN subscription DVDs so I have a copy of Win XP Pro. I began re-installing when I was asked to enter my product key. I have a COA sticker on my computer?s case, however after entering the key XP reports the product key as invalid! I had brought my computer from an authorized Acer reseller and the COA looks authentic! I have restored my computer I few times using the recovery CD but using the recovery CD I don?t think I was required to enter the product key.

Can anyone tell me is it possible to restore my PC without the original recovery CD? I thought you can use any XP Pro CD to install as long as the product key is valid? Also, why is my product key not valid? If it is not valid then what key was I using before? As I brought a new hard drive to install Windows XP, my original hard drive with the corrupted Windows XP still works, is it possible to retrieve the original product key and use that key again?

Thanks

Gavin

A:Win XP Product key not valid

you can use any xp disk that matches the sp version of xp so if your computer has xp sp2 you must have a xp sp2 disk a xp sp1 coa is different then xp sp2. just contact your friends if they have a disk that you can try to see if that works. otherwise there are ways but I not going to discuss

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I have a valid version of XP Pro installed on my machine. Today I am reinstalling windows to start fresh and it will not accept my product key. The CD i am installing it with is a burned version of XP but the key is valid and on a sticker on the side of my machine. How can i get it to accept the key? I have no job and forking out 100$ for a new OS key is not an option for me. :'(

A:XP Pro Product Key not valid

Contact Microsoft by phone, activate via phone.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307890

Louis

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Hi,
I want to reformat my computer but i dont have a Windows XP Home Edition CD. HOWEVER i do have a valid product key. How can i get just a windows XP Cd.

A:I have a Valid Product Key but need a CD..

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Use the following contact information to order a replacement Windows XP CD from Microsoft.
If you are calling from the United States, contact the Microsoft Order Desk at the following phone number:
(800) 360-7561, Monday through Friday, 5:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Pacific time.
If you are calling from Canada, contact the Canadian Order Desk at the following number:
(800) 933-4750, Monday through Friday, 5:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Pacific time.

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My brother in law gave my dad his old PC with a legitimate version of Windows XP Home on it. However, when I tried to download Windows Defender for my dad, WGA said it was not a valid product key.

Unfortunately, I did not have time to investigate why the key was not valid or try rectifying it, but I wondered if he should not go online until I or my brother in law get chance to sort out the problem.

I have looked on the microsoft and MGA websites to see if this is a problem and they state that if the product key is not valid then you will not be able to download certain software and updates, however critical updates can still be downloaded. They also state that when going through the validating process no details of name, address or email address are taken.

I was concerned though, because I had heard that if you run what microsoft deems a non valid version of XP then your operating system can be blocked. I looked on this forum and one person said it is not a problem as he has been using the same product key on three PC's (therefore not valid) for years and has never had a problem. Someone else on this forum said that you can get blocked with a non valid key, but it may be within 2 weeks, a month or even after a year.

Does it depend on the reason why your product key is not valid whether you become blocked? (For example, blocked VLK or keygen created as opposed to multiple users.)

A:Non Valid Xp Product Key

Go to this site and run the diagnostic tool to find out what's going on with that key.http://www.ghacks.net/2006/06/10/find-out-...id-product-key/If you know this copy of XP is not legit your beating a dead horse asking for advice.

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I got an MSI-GX630 from a friend who installed XP Pro SP2 on it. I want to sell this computer to someone else and they want the vista home premium installed on it. Vista Home Premium was the original OS on this computer and it has the MS sticker on the bottom with it's key. I ran the boot disc and instered the key and it says it isn't valid. I ran a paradox to it to maybe clear the problem but it still says the key is invalid. Does anyone know a work around without having to call stupid MS support?

A:Valid product key not registering

If you ran the manufacturer's recovery disc that puts the original OS back on it, make sure your hardware is the same (or at least close). OEM Recovery Cds are very h/w specific. Make sure the disc is the correct one or it hasn't been installed and registered on an another machine elsewhere.

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So I have a used laptop I just acquired and it's about 7 years old. No warranty, so contacting Dell really isn't a solution.

Simply put, I need a valid and genuine product key for Vista. But I'd be happy to buy an XP installation disc that comes with a valid product key and use that.

So I need to buy either an XP or Vista installation disk and it has to come with a product key.

Microsoft doesn't seem to sell those anymore, which I guess makes sense, but this laptop wont' support Windows 7 or Windows 8 so I'm stuck buying something off of a third party vendor.

I don't know what to look for though, haha. That and everything is so extremely expensive! Who knew XP installation discs with valid product keys were so darn expensive?

What should I be looking for? Upgrade discs aren't the answer so I've figured out and I'm probably not looking for a recovery disc, either, as there isn't an OS on the laptop I'm thinking of anyways.

What are the key words I'm looking for while I lurk Amazon?

This looks right, is it? What does ''full'' and ''old version'' mean though?




This looks good, too, and about 30 dollars cheaper than the one listed above give or take 10 dollars. Why doesn't it say ''full'' in this one though?




I am looking at the product I need, though, right??

When I open this product, install the OS and the product key works will I then be able to clean install the same product a few months later and use the same product key on the same ... Read more

A:[SOLVED] Where to buy a valid product key?

Hi,


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this laptop wont' support Windows 7 or Windows 8




If it will run Vista, 7 won't be a problem as I believe it to be lighter on resources than Vista.

How much ram do you have?

Better still, whats the make and model of the laptop?

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I have this problem occurred after updating bios  all the threads that talked about this problem, the forum did not find a real solution  

A:product information not valid

Sorry this is happening to you. Was the BIOS updated using a download from your Support page?

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