wrong 2000 key

July 2, 2009 at 22:08:26
Specs: Windows 2000
I need a product key for 2000 the 1 I have that i thought was the right 1 says it's wrong ,I took my pc in for repair , but got a upgraded 1 in stead , was told the old 1 would still be good, After tranfering everything 2 the newer pc they wiped the hard drive.so now I have a problem with it as the 2000 key i have does not work my 98 disc aren't working I have their keys & my xp key but granddaughter broke my xp disc .
Can any1 help me please , the repairmen have their money so they don't care

Nana with a problem


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#1
July 2, 2009 at 22:58:26
Sent you a couple keys. I don't know if they'll work with your disk but give it a try. If not, have your lawyer write them a threatening letter or just tell them you'll get it fixed yourself and then sue them for what it cost. Don't be a wimp.

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#2
July 3, 2009 at 00:57:50
How about contacting microsoft's technical hot line I think they can provide a help if you have the CD and case of the OS installer with you. Tell them that your CD's product key doesn't work.

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#3
July 3, 2009 at 06:17:12
Thank you very much DAVEINCAPS, at first try neither worked but the first 1 worked on the second attempts & is now loading so once again ty.

Ivcan thank you also microsoft was to be my next try , but as the granddaughter had taken 2 everything with a pen i could hardly read a word. That pen had 2 work didn't it lol'

Nana with a problem


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#4
July 3, 2009 at 06:49:19
itbatch

IF you have a installation key for WinXP AND you know what type of WinXP product you have you can borrow a CD of the same kind and copy it. Then use YOUR key to install. Post back if this explanation isn't clear to you.

BTW, it is perfectly legal to make backup copies of ALL your software. I ALWAYS do that AND install using the copy. That way you know the copy is good or not.

Burn copies of ALL your software now. CDRs are cheap.


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#5
July 3, 2009 at 09:21:14
Also write down your cd keys on paper or in a txt file on a thumb drive. I learned that one the hard way ;(

WinXp Amd 64 3000 Msi Neo2 Platinuim 1 gig ddr 400. When we cast a pebble into a pond we should look past the first ripple.


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#6
July 3, 2009 at 09:30:36
I write them right on the disk with felt tip pen.

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