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some time back chappy posted a way to retrieve your cd key from the command prompt .or it may have been from the run box .

and it had a funny title dose any one remember it

marty

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no it wasnt magic jelly bean.

it was something typed into the run box .ive tried to look for that post but buggered if i can find it.ile try and look for it tomorrow im off to the races to day.

a friend is racing his horse and im the horse flunky.you know feed it clean up the h-s---t.ect.hose it down and what all.

did you read my post about safe mode.

marty

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looks as tho iwas wrong the post was to active the win key

and chappy posted a way to do this

so if any one is interested try this

in the run box type this line ---- oobe/msoobe /a

marty

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I typed what you said and I got a dialog box that said that Windows was already activated. So.what is this supposed to do for me????

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I typed what you said and I got a dialog box that said that Windows was already activated. So.what is this supposed to do for me????

the post wasnt meant for people who know it all

it was to demonstrate how to active your key .

chappy is a moderator on this board and he posted that fix .

i got the same result as you so you and i dont have active our key.

is that clear enough or do you want a ball by ball explanation

marty

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Try this:

XP

If you have permission or Administrator status, in Windows 2000 and XP, retrieving your key may be a simple matter of opening up the file $WINNT$.INF. in your Windows\System32 folder. This file is used for unattended or automated installs of Windows NT/2000/XP and you will find your Windows key under the section [user Data] which should be right at the top. Your key can be named ProductKey or ProductID

From DOS:

C:\\Windows\System32\$WINNT$.INF

The following is from Doug Knox:

If you can't boot into Windows at all, then you can boot with a Startup Disk (CD support is not required) or into Command Mode Only and type the following command:

For 95:

C:\Windows\Command\Find /I "ProductId" c:\windows\system.dat

For 98/Me:

C:\Windows\Command\Find /I "ProductKey" C:\Windows\System.dat

The first line of the screen dump will look like this:

ProductKey XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX where the X's are your actual CD Key.

NOTE: This will not work in Windows XP

M

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Hey Sultan is that you in the second window off that train....hahahahaha

Jetzt fragen Sie sich bestimmt wie das geht! Das ist ganz einfach! Sie melden sich unter dem Menüpunkt "Anmelden" an und bekommen einen. :ph34r:

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Jetzt fragen Sie sich bestimmt wie das geht! Das ist ganz einfach! Sie melden sich unter dem Menüpunkt "Anmelden" an und bekommen einen.  :ph34r:

SAY WHAT!!!

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Jetzt fragen Sie sich bestimmt wie das geht! Das ist ganz einfach! Sie melden sich unter dem Menüpunkt "Anmelden" an und bekommen einen=

Now you ask certainly as go yourselves! That is completely simple! They announce themselves under the menu option a "announcing" and get one

Is this correct???

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hey you two spoke broken engresh.

im fasinated with language.but living where i do there isnt many opertunitys

sultan seems to be a multi linguist.

i speak 3 languages.and the one i have problems with is my own native tongue.

which is polinesian.

marty

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suzy-NZNews.jpg Hi Marty, I think that you are doing a great job. While you occasionly post a question of your own, you also have posted a LOT of replies that have helped others. Just courious, do they have computer language packs and keyboards in polinesian yet? I hope that things are going well with you. Been across the ditch to see your daughter recently? Best wishes to all.002.jpg

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yes the polinesian language is now applied to the k-board when we install winxp

the option is to include the language pack of aoteroa which is maori or nz polinisain

tho i havent had to use it yet

i went to see my daughter last month.

and i met my first snake .

it crawled up the back door it scared me ,as the most dangerous animal in new zealand is human beings.

i asked her if she was going to kill it.and she told me off .

and said dad remember we are invading their space and they should be allowed

move around.if you dont disterb them they will go away.i said bugger that .

im going to sleep with a shot gun under my bed.

my daughter is a strong invirementalist.

and love plants and animals.

she belonge to a arts club and got me a didgeredoo

which is a native australian wind instriment .

like a great hollow pipe .

and it makes a fantastic sound.

being an ashmatic i have troble blowing the dam thing

look i must away

but ile keep in touch

by the way you do a good job your self on this board

take care my friemd

marty

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