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Windows XP Product Code

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by hunny, Apr 7, 2004.

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  1. hunny

    hunny Thread Starter

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    I have added a third computer and have just installed windows xp on it as I have on my other two.

    However Microsoft will not allow me to activate the product code. I've tried many other numbers that I've recieved from various places but no matter which one I try I continue to get errors... for example: "unauthorized" "mistyped" (which it isn't) and "used too many times"

    Any suggestions? or does anyone know where to get a code that will work?

    Thanks everyone! :)
     
  2. rextilleon

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    What you are attempting to do is contrary to the Microsoft licensing agreement. . A Microsoft license only allows you to install the OS on one computer---You will need to purchase another one. Maybe try Linux.
     
  3. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    This request is also against board policy, please don't ask us to help you steal software. :(
     
  4. Boo_Compaq

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    Umm..i also believe you asked this question already, and a moderator locked the thread. You might want to stop asking before some disciplinary action is taken
     
  5. hunny

    hunny Thread Starter

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    sorry everyone...... this is the first time i've ever asked this type of question and didn't realize it was against policy.

    my humble apologies.
     
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