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Right now on something that’s been in windows, it’s called windows activation or registration and that will partially do the fly work. Activating window has educated or screwed around with people for many years. With windows2000 get it from a friend and they gave you 25 digits pass key number, with that you put that in to validate, you did not go downloaded or apply or something. Just click your copy with genuine. When registered that you activated on something for today in Microsoft server. And there was no limit upon the other key.
With windows XP, you bought a copy and came with a key like the activation key. I think its still 25 digit in XP and you plug in that and install it. If you don’t have it, it won’t let you install it and you only had 30days to use it, unless you bought another key or enter key. Every time you activate it, it will go to that Microsoft servers then it will be trying to do it too many times that you have to go and buy XP again for another key.
I don’t think that’s right. All editions of XP have this. You can get around it, its illegal don’t do it, I don’t do it, so I don’t think that’s right. In vista it’s the same thing, I think you can only activate it some what like 2 or 5. If you know please comment, I don’t know. 2 or 5, 10 times I don’t know I don’t have any idea. If you buy ultimate that might be a more, I really don’t know. But that’s why I said pleas comment, I get know comment so please do.
Windows activation so it’s been a pain. If you like me and if you had to reinstall windows every month or so could be screwed up some how or crashes or it had done some things to do or something like that, then you get your copy going to buy an OEM. Like if you buy a computer, I bought my computer had vista home premium on it. On the bottom there is a sticker it says windows vista home premium and get me a key. I don’t know how many times that key works but it should work a lot. Then lock them on the bottom of your pc, probably says design who work, windows 2000, 98, 95, XP, Vista whatever edition and they have all the key, that should work all we have original manufactured something like that.
So its really been a pain with that activate, you got to go start, right click my computer then go to properties to open this and it bottles the windows activation. Windows as activated I already activated it, if you install it and you don’t activate, you have click change product key and then enter in the key here and then click next and if it doesn’t activate call them. Tell them what problem you experiencing. And maybe they help you activate and I have find something to be creative and helpful actually it activates window.
In windows 7 I don’t know what’s going to do the activation link. If you know put a comment send me an email drop me a line sometimes. I do like to know, if you had problems activating windows, leave a comment, I’ll help you up if Microsoft can’t help you out.
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