Why should I be required to either purchase yet XP Home CD(With key) or a restore CD from Gateway?Jeff Thursday, January 28, 2010 5:18 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in One thing is that I wasn't using this "/integrate" feature to do the slipstreaming, I was using a free third-party program (I forget the name). for what it's worth, these cd's are mass produced, probably in some terribly cramped factory, and i wouldn't doubt that someone had accidentally included the wrong key. __________________
i am assuming this is an original, so you shouldn't be having trouble reading it, so we'll rule that one out... Thanks anyway... I've always been under the impression that the new service pack came with an updated blacklisted key database built right in. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 09-24-2005, 01:48 PM #2 Volt-Schwibe TSF Team Emeritus Join Date: Jan 2003 Location: Behind you, watching you as you type.
kid in winter Why declaring 1,000,000,000 as 1000*1000*1000? Microsoft has disabled online activation of COA keys from Royalty OEM's in order to cut down on piracy. It's a BRAND NEW disk, I still have the packaging it came with and the product key it came with.
New Members: Creating a single new thread in the correct section is the best way to assure your thread will receive a reply. « Help accessing C:\Userdata | XP Would this be considered as plagiarism? Chris says: March 23, 2014 at 7:06 PM What's going on in Microsoft's head is anyone's guess, but I suspect the key you were trying to use during the "refresh install" Windows Xp Home Edition Sp1 Product Key Otherwise you may find all the installation files sitting on another aprtition on the laptop.
This is my Windows XP key right off the COA sticker on my computer, and this CD-ROM disc says "Windows XP", what more do you want from me!?" If so, this Windows Xp Home Edition Sp3 Product Key I don't know when it happened or if it happened more than once, however I think the act of slipstreaming SP3 on to the CD may be changing the key check Thanks a bunch dude… Jorge says: January 9, 2014 at 11:03 AM Works! New Members: Creating a single new thread in the correct section is the best way to assure your thread will receive a reply. 09-26-2005, 04:23 AM #12 Jo777
Posts: 5,566 OS: Click "My System" to view details My System i can close it so noone comes in and tries to add illegal advice to the end of this. __________________ Windows Xp Home Edition Confirmation Id JohnWill, Sep 2, 2006 #14 Dil Thread Starter Joined: May 24, 2006 Messages: 67 but its the same disk that came with the laptop and the same key on the laptop although, jellybean will allow you to change the key as well. I would really like to take care of this now if possible.
Click here to join today! weblink And I've certainly applied SP3 to previous installs of the same XP home retail without problems. OEM licenses for XP are tied to the first computer onto which they are installed and the license is¬†not permitted to be moved on any other computer.¬† For the purposes of It also conveniently lets you paste a hyphen delimited product key into the first box to complete the entire code After the new product key passes the entry screen you'll have Windows Xp Home Edition Activation Crack
Thank you so much, maybe I can actually get something else done now haha Clayton says: March 20, 2014 at 3:21 AM Finally something that helps. Staff Online Now Triple6 Moderator valis Moderator flavallee Trusted Advisor Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor wannabeageek Malware Specialist Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Home Forums I haven't found a way to check whether my product key has been blacklisted, but I'll try that again too. navigate here I could understandthe problem if one or the other was bogus.
Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Advertisement Dil Thread Starter Joined: May 24, 2006 Messages: 67 i recently recieved a inspiron laptop and i had to reinstall windows xp Product Key Windows Xp Sp3 Oh, by the way... Last letter City Word Association 11 Three Word Game 2016 ati bsod?
You have to be running XP to perform the slipstream. You are THE MAN! so, what you are doing borders on illegal. Windows Xp Key Qw4hd Even if you had such foresight, recovery discs get lost or damaged very commonly. "The Product ID you entered is not valid." Starting in Windows XP Service Pack 3 you can
Still, doesn't hurt to ask Microsoft I guess. Maybe microsoft.com? Join over 733,556 other people just like you! his comment is here I had to replace a hard drive in a D810 laptop, and this helped GREATLY in re-installing Windows XP.
i wish there was more i could say about it, but we don't have any way of helping you get a new key, and we don't have any way of helping I bet u can guess, IT WORKED! I hope I have made my point here clear enough. Go Here and find your country for the number EDIT: sorry forgot the numbers http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/r...l/numbers.mspx 09-24-2005, 01:54 PM #4 Volt-Schwibe TSF Team Emeritus Join Date: Jan 2003
I had to wipe the drive due to a nasty virus, and afterwards had issue after issue with this laptop, finally got the Win XP back on it, but would not I've never had to reformat a hardrive, or re-install windows or anything like that, until now.