It helped me a lot to search product key for my win xp cd ishaq on January 19, 2009 i have got a hcl windows xp cd its coa no. thanks John on April 12, 2009 I NEED SP2 PRODUCT KEY CAN YOU HELP ME? This means that it WILL NOT ACTIVATE if you try to install on any other computer. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/732181 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
Anssi on April 22, 2009 Vauh! If you have a retail license key, it wont work on an OEM disk. should microsoft be happy, of course. Basically I have a really old computer yehh.. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/what-does-xp-coa-no-os-mean.732181/
that' great. You can only upload a photo or a video. where did I heard this, that if I was to buy a OEM copy of Windows XP it dies with the, "lets say motherboard/HDD" never to pass onto another PC, But Think this was the page you were after SeegerSystems.
Bryce W says January 29, 2010 at 11:45 am Granto, noone is going to show you the key over E-Bay. At any rate, This is good for you because your search is done. We are talking about the disk. Case Change?
It will upgrade it to pro and ask you for your pro key. Nic B says February 21, 2010 at 5:09 am Erik has raised a topic which has puzzled me for ages. please help… MUPPET on December 23, 2008 To whoever posted on 19th September a real big thank you.I own an original disc and had lost my product key,thanks to you i http://www.pcworld.com/article/257599/windows_license_questions_your_faqs_answered.html Any help will be appreciated.
If you have the original CD, open the \i386 folder and first off search for 3 distinct files (winnt.sif, unattend.txt, and setupp.ini). Please suggest something. (can u please email me at the above email address, cos I dont see any subscribe button here, to get updates and the chances are that I might I say screw it.. daryl graves on October 11, 2008 it does not work you fake sob Anonymous on October 12, 2008 hey thanks man u rock anna on October 14, 2008 tht's gr8 thnx
michael on September 29, 2009 thank you very much for helping me finding my product keeeeeeeeeey!!!!!!!!!!!!…. I have used the COA key recently on a computer and was able to activate online using a generic OEM XP disk. eighty7 on April 11, 2008 *****--thats what you deserve,five stars.;-) Dave on April 21, 2008 I have a WinXP Pro SP1 disc and lost the key. Related « How-To: Import pictures from Mail.app toiPhone How-To: Get Rid of Email Notifications on the Windows LogonScreen » 817 comments so far K on February 19, 2008 Whoa!
This key is your product key and NOT the one in the unattend.txt file. I thought that I had lost my setup, but thanks to you I am able to work again! posted by washburn to Technology (11 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite Typically that would be an OEM sticker. ive taken my computer up 3 times to have windows insta;lled i keep geting virus no matter what.
ahmed on September 16, 2008 yes.. thank you in advance F92D on July 3, 2009 This metod don't work, because the document "unattend.txt" is only an example of the installation process, and the key is casual It thanks, Joe 08-07-2006, 11:03 AM #4 Zazula TSF Team Emeritus, Articles Team Join Date: Apr 2006 Location: Athens, Greece Posts: 8,118 OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 Brendan says November 20, 2007 at 2:28 am Hi There By looking at the file setupp.ini in the I386 directory of your Windows XP CD you can tell what kind of
The laptop was full of junk and I want to trade it in or sell it, so I had to reformat HD and reload XP Home. I tried the unattend.txt and it gave me code #: RH6M6-7PPK4-YR86H-YFFFX-PW8M8 This code did not work. aki on February 22, 2009 wow!!!!!
Thank you, but unfortunately I got stumped on that one, It tells me that the number of times that activation has been used has been exceeded. I know its XP Pro,, but Retail or OEM I dont know. Anonymous on December 24, 2008 none of these p-keys work. thanks everyone!
I gave them my product id, and after a few minutes of drumming my fingers the lady told me they no longer support such obsolete product. Everything is legal because it all has its rightful key associated with it, but the one XP Pro CD I had rejected the key, so I had to try the other Can u tell me the name of the file supermorph says June 12, 2009 at 8:21 am setupp.ini is the file refferring to the code. Tampa Computer Repair says November 21, 2007 at 3:19 pm Great Info!
anonymous on October 1, 2009 google "magic jelly bean keyfinder" worked great for my legitimate copy of xp that I had unfortunately lost the key to. Adam on June 21, 2008 Holy Macaroni! Good luck! man i owe you the price of my laptop Arun on November 11, 2009 thanks ya……………..i got it……..
You can only upload videos smaller than 600MB. If it says the name of any computer company on it, it's OEM. I just installed a new motherboard. You can only upload files of type 3GP, 3GPP, MP4, MOV, AVI, MPG, MPEG, or RM.
I decided to format the hard drive. What does COA mean? It will be legal and it will not require activation and it will pass WGA because it uses the "license" that comes with the computer. Would it, for example, permit one to call MS and obtain a new install disk for Windows XP?
You can only upload a photo (png, jpg, jpeg) or a video (3gp, 3gpp, mp4, mov, avi, mpg, mpeg, rm). Mark says November 27, 2007 at 1:09 pm Hi I have an oem pc that needs a new install of xp home. You r a life saver. Can I determine which Volume license CD is the correct one?
no need for shitty product keys or activation hassles, and they do everything windows does anyway Julian on October 11, 2009 The best tip I have ever got! thanks a trilion… beanboy on June 1, 2009 WOAH it acctually worked! Just search within the main directory of the cd and specify only .txt along with search hidden files and folders and subfolders. Do I need this disc if I replace the Hard drive?
giedriux on January 8, 2010 thank you 😉 charles on January 9, 2010 I got the code and inserted the product number using the wizard and the compuper does not reconize