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my product id is 00426-292-0000007-85998. what is my product key?

Q: my product id is 00426-292-0000007-85998. what is my product key?

my product id is 00426-292-0000007-85998. what is my product key?

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A: my product id is 00426-292-0000007-85998. what is my product key?

Hi,


It is impossible to find your product key us this way.


You can refer to How to identify, locate, and replace a product key


Hope this helps




Vincent Wang
TechNet Community Support

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problem is when I was buy a dell laptop that have come with preloaded os (windows 8 )I have available product id but product key not available. now my head drive damaged. Now how to load window 8 OS use previous product key.


How to now my product key using product id :00326-10000-00000-AA870

One time I was replace motherboard on that  laptop on warrienty periode. that time they give me a window product key with seal pack. now when I will go to load window 8 useing that product key my laptop has not accepet that product key

pls solve inform me how to load os on my laptop

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Please could one of you give me a valid PosReady 2009 product key as the one Microsoft provided me with was invalid according to the installer.

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Has Microsoft changed something in the latest April Windows Updates?
I create a default Windows 8 Enterprise VL image on my laptop in audit mode as I have always done previously.  Nothing has changed from my side.
When I install the image via WDS, everything installs fine.
When I use my WIM file to install via USB, it now comes up with:
The product key entered does not match any of the Windows images available for installation. Enter a different product key.
right after selecting the install language.
I have checked EI.cfg and it is normal:
[EditionID]
Enterprise
[Channel]
Volume
[VL]
1
I then tried adding PID.TXT with my Enterprise KMS key and, rather than error it then prompts me for a product key.
Surely using the VL install media it should never ask for a product key.  It never has before. (And I've never had to before)
I prepped the image as normal using:
C:\Windows\System32\Sysprep\Sysprep /generalize /oobe /shutdown /unattend:C:\Windows\win8unattend.xml
Any ideas?  I can't but help thinking something has changed in the latest batch of Windows Updates.  It's quite frustrating as not all my machines are capable of PXE, so I have to use USB.
The reason I think it is a recent change, is if I do a default install and DO NOT do any Windows Updates, it all works fine.  Only when I install the latest WU does it start doing this.

A:[NEW] The product key entered does not match any of the Windows images available for installation. Enter a different product key.

OK, So I've fixed it now, but I will still like to know WHY this has changed.

If i do this to my WIM, it then installs from USB:

imagex /flags "Enterprise" /info c:\temp\WIM\ME\install.wim "Win8Office2013Enterprise-x86" "Win8Office2013Enterprise-x86"

I wonder because I use the WDS capture image if this has somehow changed recently.
Very annoying, but now at least I can install my custom image :)

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I picked up this lenovo laptop and shortly after I got it the HDD went out. I replaced the HDD and Installed a full version of Windows XP SP2 then used the Win 7 upgrade disc I bought. I did a clean install of the Win 7 then I activated it at that time without any issues. Some time after that I started getting the message it wasn't a genuine copy. I rearmed the time period but I'm not able to activate the copy again with the PID. I get the message this product is for upgrade and not a clean install. I need to find out if I will be able to register this copy or if I will need to start over from scratch. I did try putting in another PID but it didn't activate with it. I haven't been able to change the PID back due to the message I am getting about the upgrade not clean install.

I appreciate any help I can get with this issue.

Code:

Diagnostic Report (1.9.0027.0):
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Windows Validation Data-->
Validation Code: 0
Cached Online Validation Code: N/A, hr = 0xc004f012
Windows Product Key: *****-*****-GJY49-VJBQ7-HYRR2
Windows Product Key Hash: W5/6nm6F2UPXrCkY5xUhXb/+21g=
Windows Product ID: 00426-OEM-8992662-00006
Windows Product ID Type: 2
Windows License Type: OEM SLP
Windows OS version: 6.1.7601.2.00010100.1.0.001
ID: {B7CDA3F9-04BA-4675-9B81-E8C61611D67C}(3)
Is Admin: Yes
TestCab: 0x0
LegitcheckControl ActiveX: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Product Name: Windows 7 Ultimate
Architecture: 0x00000009
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A:Product key giving product is upgrade not clean install on activation

Code:
Windows Product ID: 00426-OEM-8992662-00006
Thats an Acer OEM. You cannot install it on a Lenova.

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I have recently bought Windows 7 Ultimate (64 bit) version and when trying to activate the product key post installation of the same. am getting a error that product key is blocked by Microsoft. Can any one help please ?
Below is the log from the MGAD tool 
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Diagnostic Report (1.9.0027.0):
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Windows Validation Data-->

Validation Code: 0
Cached Online Validation Code: N/A, hr = 0xc004f012
Windows Product Key: *****-*****-Q2689-2C82G-GMRW8
Windows Product Key Hash: Lj5nwNsdaALlAQIdzGCMT8Pzv/w=
Windows Product ID: 00426-070-1693196-86529
Windows Product ID Type: 5
Windows License Type: Retail
Windows OS version: 6.1.7601.2.00010100.1.0.001
ID: {55142440-ABD1-4BB0-A4A3-DA87EAD87620}(1)
Is Admin: Yes
TestCab: 0x0
LegitcheckControl ActiveX: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Product Name: Windows 7 Ultimate
Architecture: 0x00000009
Build lab: 7601.win7sp1_ldr.170913-0600
TTS Error: 
Validation Diagnostic: 
Resolution Status: N/A

Vista WgaER Data-->
ThreatID(s): N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002

Windows XP Notifications Data-->
Cached Result: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
File Exists: No
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
WgaTray.exe Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
WgaLogon.dll Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002

OGA Notifications Data-->
Cached Result: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
OGAExec.... Read more

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If you're like me you've never even noticed the Sticky thread called "X1 Convertible Ideation". Behind that kind of odd name lies an entire forum section for discussing future products and product improvements, and presumably Lenovo reads it. If you have product improvement ideas or feedback about exisiting products, please post there. And while you're at it, vote for some of the posted ideas.  Link to the Feedback forum: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-X1-Convertible-Ideation/idb-p/id_tp01_en 

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I am making a recovery disk for my dell latitude E6440 laptop and began the process to make a Windows 7 professional DVD.  However, the Product Key I found on the computer only has 20 characters and on the Windows download site I received an error,
saying I needed 25 characters.
Not sure where I go from here.  Dell said the Windows 7 professional Product ID was correct.

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I recently purchased a Precision M6800 (probably one of the last ) and now want to add an external slice-type battery. I did some searches on DELL web sites (my local Belgium one and some international ones) and on the www. This resulted in several product codes for what seem to be the same, or at least similar products: 451-11831 / 451-BBGJ / 312-1351. Can anyone tell me if those are all the same, or at least compatible products ? And more importantly: is any of those (or all 3) really the slice-type battery I am looking for to attach to the docking connector of my M6800 ?
Erik "De LoRRe" Laurent
Belgium

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So short story, I work at a college tech site that fixes student and faculty computers. A foreign exchange student from Japan with a Sony Vaio (most likely from Japan as well) managed to get a virus on his computer and he was blocked off our network. Our policy is that we wipe and reinstall the OS to ensure that the virus is gone. However, we didn't have any Windows 7 Home Prem media CDs so I downloaded a Win7 Home Prem 32bit iso off of MSDN and burnt it to disk. However, when entering the product key given on the bottom of the laptop(and I've checked 3 times now to make sure it's correct), I get a:

"Product key does not match the current Windows SKU" error.

Why is this happening? Do I need a certain burnt iso (from Sony in Japan?) because of the laptop's foreign origins or is something else causing the problem here?

A:Product Key Does Not Match Current Windows SKU (Foreign product key?)

Yes, you need a Japanese iso, they have regional editions.

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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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ok so my product key on my laptop base is XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-KVWXP
but the one that windows reports(useing slmgr.vbs -dli in run command) end in KKMRQ also tweakVI also reports this(with a totaly different key but ending in KKMRQ) why has this happened im confused as to why its like this. thanks
 

A:product key: sticker on laptop key is different from actual product key???

The product key is encrypted in the Registry, so maybe one of those commands/utilities has the wrong encryption algorithm.

If you bought new the key on the sticker on the laptop is your personal unique key and the one in the system is the OEM's "volume license" key.
 

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Hello,I decided to update my BIOS and I follow HP instruction on this page. I understand everything but when I get to the point where I am supposed to identify my product I get stuck. Because: When I fill my product number (which is A1GOOES) I am told by the webpage that my notebook is HP Pavilion g6-1a01 however I am really sure that my notebook is ProBook 4530s (it is written ON it and also it written in "System information").Hence, the problem is I cannot decide which update of BIOS I should download. I understand that updating BIOS is a serious issue so I write to you before I do some action. curr. ver of bios: HP 68SRR ver. F.27 (23.5.2012).Thanks everyone who can provide some help!

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I have been reading posts on seven-/eight-/tenforums for years with pleasure and gratitude for all the solutions they provided. But my current issue is one of the strangest things I've encountered in all these years. Have been searching through a lot of posts but haven't found any similar issue (or solution for it) yet. So here it goes.

Symptom: the OEM product key in the registry of a Windows 7 Pro installation (laptop) does not correspond with the OEM product key in the laptop's BIOS.

Here's the situation in short. It concerns a laptop from a student friend of mine who asked me to upgrade her current Windows 7 Pro x64 OS to Windows 10. She couldn't tell me if the installation was the original OEM factory partition or if it (perhaps) could be a pirated version. Since I wasn't about to just upgrade to Windows 10 without checking the authenticity of the Windows 7 OS, I performed the regular checks: see if it was activated already by running the "Activate Windows" program (check), check under Control Panel -> System and Maintenance -> System tab if the OS was already activated (check) and run Microsoft's online Validation Tool (check). Everything seems fine, the OS is activated and genuine.

Still, the COA sticker was missing. My friend didn't have any physical recovery media or other stuff with a license sticker on it. So I thought I'd check the product key stored in the BIOS and compare it with the product key in the registry. If they'd correspond, all would... Read more

A:Product key in registry does not correspond with product key in BIOS

A windows 7 key is not stored or shown in the bios.

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I have had to put a new hard drive in my laptop after the original one failed.
I then reinstalled Vista using the product recovery CD that came with the laptop (not the recovery cds i made as these did not work!)

Vista is now asking me to supply a product key as the one given is incorrect.
I tried the key from the bottom of the laptop, but this does not work.

What to i do?

A:Re: vista product key needed (new HDD - used product recovery cd)

> . I tried the key from the bottom of the laptop, but this does not work

The Windows product key on the bottom side of your notebook is an OEM license key. That means this can?t be used with other Windows versions.

> What to i do?

To buy Windows key or order a recovery disk if available:

https://backupmedia.toshiba.eu/landing.aspx

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On a recently purchased, from a supplier believed to be reputable, refurbished 64 bit, Win 7-Pro, computer, the product key shown on the affixed COA and the product key retrieved with Magical Jelly Bean are different. In various places I have searched, I think I have learned that this often happens when big refurbishers use special OEM product keys when they refurbish PCs and install newer operating system software. Is this information still correct?

What happens if I choose to replace the existing HD in the PC after a HD failure or if I want a larger HD in the PC? Will the product key on the affixed COA work?

Should I, for the moment, 1) attempt to reactivate the OS with the product key on the affixed COA; 2) do nothing; 3) or something else?

Thank you, in advance, for comments, suggestions, or pointers to an appropriate tutorial.

A:COA product key and installed product key discrepancy

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Quote: Originally Posted by HenriK37


On a recently purchased, from a supplier believed to be reputable, refurbished 64 bit, Win 7-Pro, computer, the product key shown on the affixed COA and the product key retrieved with Magical Jelly Bean are different. In various places I have searched, I think I have learned that this often happens when big refurbishers use special OEM product keys when they refurbish PCs and install newer operating system software. Is this information still correct?

Not positive, but I think so.

What happens if I choose to replace the existing HD in the PC after a HD failure or if I want a larger HD in the PC? Will the product key on the affixed COA work?

The Product Key on the COA should work regardless of what hard drive you use.

Should I, for the moment, 1) attempt to reactivate the OS with the product key on the affixed COA; 2) do nothing; 3) or something else?

Do nothing if Windows is currently activated and all is working well. If you ever have to re-install Windows, re-activate it using the Product Key on the COA sticker.

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Just discovered that the Win 7 Professional Retail Version I purchased, downloaded & installed has a bogus product key. I've since ordered a genuine Win 7 copy. When it arrives, can I just enter the new product key into the existing system without reinstalling Win 7 again, following the "change product key" instructions? If not, is there a way to do this without a reinstall?
THANKS.....Lee

A:New product key to replace invalid product key

Hello Lee,

As long as you purchased a retail Windows 7 Pro, then yes you should be able to just change the key to the new one to activate with it.

Product Key Number - Change

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I will not question whether this is legal or illegal. This comes from Microsoft:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q328874

For non-corporate users there is this from my own experience: I have on occasion run into three or four customers who attempted what is known as casual piracy by installing his XP onto a second machine. I have had to get only one customer out of this mess (about two years ago or longer) but the workaround was easy. (By the time his grace period was up, he had installed many programs and didn't want to be forced to do it again.) We called Microsoft, gave them a credit card number and they worked us through some steps that fixed the problem.

We then rebooted and was asked for a valid key.

I do not remember the steps as it was quite some time back and I saw no reason to keep notes on it.

Microsoft asked no questions about why he attempted piracy. I think they are just happy to get the money.
 

A:How to change Windows XP Product key and Product ID.

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Hi
i have windows 7 product id how to convert this to product key ? I am already format this laptop, but i keep only the Product ID. any way to convert Product
ID to Product Key?
 
My Product Id like this : 00000-OEM-0000000-00000
my lap top details : Dell Inspiron, 3rd Gen

Adv thanks for help...

A:i have windows 7 product id how to convert this to product key ?

Tijosfx
As far as I know there is no way to "convert" it.  That would make it way too easy for the illegal use of them.Wanikiya and Dyami--Team Zigzag

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I wanna dual boot Windows 8 Consumer Preview with my existing OS, Windows 7 Home Premium. I have created the necessary partitions and also created the bootable pendrive from the ISO downloaded.

When I begin the installation, everything goes fine until the Product Key screen comes up. I have tried 'NF32V-Q9P3W-7DR7Y-JGWRW-JFCK8' and 'DNJXJ-7XBW8-2378T-X22TX-BKG7J' but I get an error message saying 'We couldn't verify the product key. Check the installation media'
When I enter a random product key like '00000-00000-00000-00000-00000' it gives a message saying that the product key is wrong, but when I enter the correct product key I get the error message which I have put in bold statements above.

What shall I do? Please help.

Regards,
Abhishek Sharma

A:Windows 8 Product Key Error: "We couldn't verify the product key"

Hello Abhishek, and welcome to Seven Forums.

The latest version of Windows 8 is currently the Release Preview. You might consider installing it instead.

http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/3997-windows-8-release-preview-download.html

Hope this may help,
Shawn

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I have a toshbiba Satellite L750-1XK and managed to get a Windows 7 Installation Install Disc as the owner of the laptop did not make a recovery disk. The owner reported that the laptop would not startup and when i looked at it the hard disk had stopped
spinning.
I brought and fitted the new disk drive and booted up from the CD and installed windows 7 64bit software. All went well untill i entered the product code from the sticker on the bottom of the laptop and was informed that the product key was invalid. The
operating system has installed and is running ok BUT the network controller has not installed and as such I cant get the laptop on to the internet to get any further.
I did try to get a disk from toshiba but there web site says that windows 7 is not supported so i cant get one from there.
Why does the product key come up as invalid?

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What is the difference between a Windows 7 Default Product Key and a Product Key? Just curious

A:Default Product Key and Product Key

one is for windows 7 and the other isn't?

what do you mean exactly?

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I bought my Acer Aspire notebook with Win8 & a touchscreen new in Jan.2013. I have never been able to activate the product key, (it is being blocked). I have since found out that the number I located in the BIOS is a 'default' product key & is plastered all over the internet & certainly doesn't appear to be my unique personal number. Why would it be a default number, & why is it on my laptop? When I first rec'd it, it wouldn't complete installation of Windows 8. It was picked up & sent to Acer, Plymouth for checking. This is what they did:
Passed Hitachi hard drive test, memtest & all other hardware tests. Re-imaged hard-drive & performed software recovery. Updated BIOS.
When I got it back everything was working ok, except for the product key activation. I've been using it ever since Jan.
with only other problem. Could something they did in Plymouth be the cause of this problem?
Acer has sent me Windows Recovery disks to do a factory reset, but I've already done a factory reset for another problem & that didn't activate the machine, so why should another reset fix it?

A:My product key is a 'default' product key. Why?

I would return to Acer for repair or replacement.

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Hi, I'm new.

Right now, I'm really worried. I just bought Windows 7 Ultimate from Ebay, installed it and everything works fine. I tried the Product Key that came with it, but it said on the computer that it was blocked. That's ok, since it said on the page that it wouldn't work.

So I went to a website called Windows 7 Key Sale,Cheap Windows 7 Serial Key,Windows 7 Product Key Store!. as it was the first thing in google. I bought the Windows 7 product key, and I should get it soon.#

Bad Move.

I didn't realise I had service pack 1... it came with the Discs... FML.

Is there any way I can delete service pack 1 before the disk gets here so it will actually work? Thanks so much if you can help.

Microsoft has said that these keys won't work with SP1 windows.

A:Windows 7 Product Key, and SP1 Product Key.

A product key number will activate the Windows 7 with or without SP1 installed.

However, that 2nd site is a pretty questionable website, and would have my suspicions if that product key number was legit or not as well.

Getting your Windows 7 from places like these is quite risky. They have a high risk of being fake, illegal, and loaded with a virus to top it off. It's always best to get your copy of Windows 7 from a more legit retailer, or directly from Microsoft.

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I purchased a copy of Windows 7 from eBay and it came with a Product Key label. The disk doesn't say that it is the Service Pack 1 level, so I assume that it is the original version. I decided to bypass all of the updating that would be required to bring the original version up to the SP1 level by just downloading an ISO of Windows 7 SP1 from the Microsoft web site. Part of the process for doing this is to enter the Product Key so that Microsoft can verify that the key is valid. I entered the key and clicked VERIFY. I got a message that this key was not valid for this product. The FAQ stated that the key would not be valid for an OEM, Enterprise, etc. version of the program. This leads me to ask two questions:
 
1) If I have a valid Product Key for Windows 7 64-bit, why would it not be valid for the SP1 version; it's just the latest version of the original OS?
 
2) If I go ahead and install the original version of the OS from the disk that I have, will I be able to receive the SP1 update when I have installed all updates up to that point? (Or is SP1 just a compilation of the original OS and all of the updates that were issued before MS released SP1?)
 
Thanks in advance.

A:Product Key Not Valid for This Product

These are questions/situations for a Microsoft rep, IMO.  Nothing anyone can tell you here at BC...is likely to be as valid as a simple phone conversation with an authorized rep of MS, charged with doing license activation..
 
A simple phone call would result in answers within a 15-minute block of time, IMO.
 
Louis

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Is the product key directly related to the install disk? That is, can I install Windows 7 on a computer and use a different product key than the disk I'm using to install, assuming this different product key is unregistered?

Or in another light: If I install using a registered copy but enter my legal copy's product key, is this a valid installation? Can this even be done?

A:Product Keys: install from different disk then product key disk

There is no product key information on the installation disks.

If the version of Windows you install is the same as the product key you intend to use, it will be fine.

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my pendrive is detected but other pendrives are not detected my lapy.
i have windows 7 pro os registered but i dont have product key. i forgott my key.
now my windows 7 is format so i need product key.
could you please give a my win 7 pro product key?

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here is the MGAdiag
Diagnostic Report (1.9.0027.0):
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Windows Validation Data-->
Validation Status: Validation unsupported OS
Validation Code: 6
Cached Online Validation Code: 0x0
Windows Product Key: *****-*****-BBBBB-BBBBB-BBBBB
Windows Product Key Hash: 7n86V3QGhtY7XyNXmsOyS2HO8Yo=
Windows Product ID: 00179-40307-79999-AAOEM
Windows Product ID Type: 0
Windows License Type: Unknown
Windows OS version: 6.2.9200.2.00010300.0.0.100
ID: {A0F7742D-55A0-46DF-B430-40BB79171F69}(1)
Is Admin: Yes
TestCab: 0x0
LegitcheckControl ActiveX: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Product Name: Windows 8 Single Language
Architecture: 0x00000009
Build lab: 9200.win8_gdr.130410-1505
TTS Error: 
Validation Diagnostic: 
Resolution Status: N/A

Vista WgaER Data-->
ThreatID(s): N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002

Windows XP Notifications Data-->
Cached Result: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
File Exists: No
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
WgaTray.exe Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
WgaLogon.dll Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002

OGA Notifications Data-->
Cached Result: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Version: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
OGAExec.exe Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
OGAAddin.dll Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002

OGA Data-->
Office Status: 111 Unsupported OS
OGA Version: N/A, 0x80070002
Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
Office Diagnostics: 

Browser Data-->
Proxy setti... Read more

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Hi Recently had a new hard drive installed on my computer by a friend. He installed windowsME. I want to go back to Win98. i have done the fdisk thing and removed all particians, I have done format c: and supposedly removed everything but each time a install win98 it loads and asks me for my product Id but it keeps asking for the product ID ofr windowME not my win98 disk. How do I start fresh?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

A:product id

Hi,

Just to make sure you have not missed a step:

Set your boot order in BIOS to A: as first in line to boot.

Boot up with the Startup disk in A:

Type Fdisk and delete all partitions.

Create a partition.

Activate the Partition

Shut down and reboot

Format

Shut down again (my quirk, but it works)

REboot with the boot disk still in Drive A: and select with CDRom support.

When it comes up, type setup with the 98 disk in the CDRom.

If you did all this, there should not be anything on the disk.
 

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I got a computer from someone with windows XP pro. When I started it up it said my copy of windows xp pro needed to be activated, The sticker that has the product key isnt anywhere on the computer tower like it should be and I'm really not sure what the brand of computer it might be, I think it might have been a build. I went into safe mode and ran the program SIW to get the product key....then when I went to register, The person on the phone told me to click "change product key" and enter my product key. when i entered it and clicked update it went back to the first page, and the number it had listed there was wrong. They told me that my product key was invalid, and that if i could not find the product key, i would have to call the manufacturer and request a new one...I dont know the manufacturer, or if there even is one. Also, when i try to click "change product key" in the registration window, and type in my product key, it now says the key is invalid, and wont work at all. anyone have any idea whats going on? I double, and triple checked to make sure I copied it down right...if its in the computer system how in the world can it be wrong????

A:Bad Product Key?

I got a computer from someone with windows XP pro. When I started it up it said my copy of windows xp pro needed to be activated, The sticker that has the product key isnt anywhere on the computer tower like it should be and I'm really not sure what the brand of computer it might be, I think it might have been a build.This makes me suspicious that you do not have a valid copy of XP. It may have been an imaged copy of the OS and you are looking at another product key already in use. If you purchased this computer, I would go back and get, or demand the holgrammed copy of a legitimate product key.

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does anyone have a product key for xp that works home or pro dont matter

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Yes, I do,It comes with the CD when you buy it but what you are asking for is against board rules and your post will more than likely be removed
Mark

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I have a HP Beats Special Edition 15 Notebook PC with Windows 8.1 pre-installed, I can not find the product key to access Microsoft Office?

A:Product Key

Hi LAZAROMAN,  did you try to find the COA label under the battery?




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My daughter misplaced her CD jacket for a program she wants to re-install, so when she puts the CD in, it asks for the code number. Is there any place on the PC that may still have this code since Microsoft is of no help? If we don't find the code, she must purchase the software again.
Thanks,
bevysr
 

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PLS I NEED THE PRODUCT KEY FOR THIS HP 15 LAPTOP AND IT END WITH ........-..........-.......-..........-6XWKK

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The product keys are unique to each PC and most on this forum don't work for HP so don't have access to this information.  You will need to talk to HP directly about this one. Alternatively if Windows is still functioning you may be able to use a program such as magic jellybean key finder to get this information. James

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I have a xps 15z laptop recently i installed windows 10 but then try to put it back to windows 7 but something went wrong and had to reinstall  to factory mode but  accidentally inserted a wrong disk that did not belong to dell it was a compaq installation disk and it damaged my laptop when i installed the dell installation disk it asked for the product key but since i had the laptop since 2011 it rubbed off   i cant do nothing with my laptop i cant even get online no internet connection 

A:product key

There are no free keys.  Only a Dell install DVD will work.
Rubbed off key means you have to buy a new copy of windows or use a DELL DVD of the same version Starter   Home   Pro  Ultimate  for your Dell.

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does anyone know how i can retreive the product key since i had to reinstall my vista after installing a new hard drive. the one at the base of my laptop has faded and ive been told you can retrieve it from registry files.
 

A:product key

Download and save and then install Speccy.

Start it and allow it to finish scanning your computer.

Click "Operating system" in the left column.

The 25-character serial number(product key) should appear in the right column.

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I purchased a used Lenovo desktop computer with Windows 7 Home Edition 32-bit installed. It did not come with any recovery discs only a Lenovo driver's CD. It was reset back to the original factory defaults. I went to make a set of "Factory Default Recovery Discs" using Lenovo's One Key Recovery. However this option was not available. I presume it was done by the previous owner and it can only be done once.
I have read that I can download an .iso image of Windows 7 Home Edition 32-bit and (after burning it to a DVD) it can be used to install W-7 onto a new hard drive for my current Lenovo PC and that the OEM-COA Product Key that is on a sticker on this computer would be valid with it. Is this correct?
If so, there is an .iso file for my W-7 version that has SP1 included. My product key is for the pre-SP1 version. Would this Product Key still work with it or do I have to use the pre-SP1 .iso version?
--thanks-- -great forum by the way-

A:W-7 .iso & OEM COA Product Key

Everything including the latest official installer is provided here to get a perfect Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7.

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WANT PRODUCT KEY OF WINDOWS 7 HAVING PRODUCT ID 00426-OEM-8992662-00006

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OEM means it was either installed at the factory and as such a sticker
was placed on the machine with the Product Key.
or
Someone purchased an OEM version at a retail level with the appropriate
piece of Hardware and installed it on the computer and again it comes with
the product key on a sticker that should have been attached to the machine.
 
http://www.magicaljellybean.com/keyfinder/
if the product is installed the above program will give you the key
 
if the products is not installed and you purchased it from some unknown
source you need to contact them for the key....without the key you have
bought a lovely window ornament.
 
peter
 
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I have the Office XP CD but I do not have a product code. I know there is a site you can get the code for Windows products is there a place I can get the code for Microsoft Office XP? I can't remember the name of the site.
 

A:Product Key?

Just a thought, but you might want to read the FORUM RULES.
 

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I am reinstaling windows 8  my harddrive crashed after my powercord melted  which by the way left me with burns on my hands for two yrs and even at the end of my warrnty ( the best warrenty you have to offer... which i NEVER used) i tried and tried to get a new cord...NUMEROUS times giving up  over the two yr periodtrying to get anywhere with the company i bought my computer threw or with any hp person i talked to... so im sure not haveing the right amps had something to do with my harddrive failure..now i still havent got the right cord but im going to try to put a new hard drive in...im SICK of looking at a computer i spent a TON of money on and only used for a year...where is my product key for MY windows 8 that i paid for??im beyond upset...i not once used my warranty and it wasnt like i was asking for a new computer a POWER CORD was all i wanted.that cord that melted almost burnt my house if i wasnt home who knows what would of happend...not nto mention the blisters on my hands for weeks now im at this point ready to file a complaint... all i want is my product key for windows 8....i will contiune looking for the cord myself when i can afford to buy it

A:PRODUCT KEY

  > where is my product key for MY windows 8 that i paid for?? Is there a Microsoft "decal" attached to the computer, showing the 25-character product-key? Was your computer shipped to you with a "System Recovery" set, which is either one USB memory-stick, or a small collection of DVD disks?  With that set, you can reinstall Windows 8, without needing to enter the product-key. Is the old disk-drive still working?If so, there might be a utility program to create your own "System Recovery" set, writing either to one 16 GB USB memory-stick, or "burning" a few DVD disks. With your set, you can reinstall Windows 8, without needing to enter the product-key. You should be able to order a "System Recovery" set from HP, and use it to reinstall Windows 8. 

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My xp system has just crashed and will not start up. I have caddied the drive and need the product keys so I can install them on a new drive. I have the discs and just need the keys.

I have tried licence crawler and other freeware but they seem to only work on the installed operating system not the caddied drive!

Any ideas

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and welcome to the Forum

If this is a retail pc, you should have a sticker on the tower that has the XP Product Key:

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Just want to get things clear about the product key of windows...

Is every windows cd customized for its own product key? What I mean is if I lost my install CD but I still have my product key, am i able to use my friend's OS cd to install on my pc and instead of his key I use my own product key? Or I cant do this?

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by undergrd


Just want to get things clear about the product key of windows...

Is every windows cd customized for its own product key? What I mean is if I lost my install CD but I still have my product key, am i able to use my friend's OS cd to install on my pc and instead of his key I use my own product key? Or I cant do this?

Thanks!



Hey Undergrd,

It depends if Vista was pre-installed on your computer or if it was purchased in the boxed version from a store?

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I was given a cumputer  by a freind and couldnt  sign in ,I and others could not get in, nore the previous owners  . So what i did was partistion and then download windows vista Bussiness . everything went find ! months later my computer
 crashed with a harmful,  malware , She wouldnt doing anything . so i partition again and then was ask to type in the 16 digit product key . I have lost it over time  moving from one place to another. i now realize the windows vista do not have
further support . can anyone help me .
       : repeat their is no  product key to be found 

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I am sitting here looking at the LEGAL CD. I bought the program but cannot find my product key so I can reinstall it on my reformatted computer. I am sorry you assumed that I had an illegal copy. Maybe you should have asked first.
 

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My cousin was having a lot of problems with his Vista 64 bit Home Premium tower shutting off. I think it was made by HP, and it was one of those small units - less than half the size of a normal tower.

His power supply had gone bad, and since this particular PS was not a normal configuration (it was only about 2 inches wide and ran the length of the tower), and since buying a replacement supply would have cost more than the PC was worth, I decided to put his perfectly fine HDD into another 64 bit Vista Home Premium tower I had from the old days.

After I installed his drive and booted, the system wanted a product key. I used the key on the sticker of the 'new' tower. It didn't like it and prompted me to call the MS phone number which took me through the automated process of entering this 45 character key, followed by me reading back another long set of letters and numbers.

After that, the activation was complete and there was no longer a 30 day countdown, so I gave it back to my cousin. Now, about a month later (strangely enough?), he gets this message that his copy of Windows is not genuine. It displays no number of days to activate - it just displays this message in the lower left corner of the screen when he boots. According to him, it's been doing this for over a week, and it seems to not affect his use of the computer.

He says he never got any warnings that something was amiss, never got a day countdown - it just appeared.

Is this something to be ignored? H... Read more

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I purchased my HP desktop while in Germany (HP 550-248ng). I would like to know where I can find the product key for my Windows 10 Home that came with the PC. I have looked all over the PC the box it came in and tried looking in System info in the Control Panel. Any suggestions.

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