Thanks god it didn't
First, you should have gotten an email with your corrected KEY. If not,
call the support number on the email you got the original key on.
Second, if you do a keyless install and then try and enter an Upgrade Key it
Get your real key and launch the upgrade from within XP and choose either
Upgrade or Custom. That will work.
"SteveO" <SteveO@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Hello... Hopefully someone out there can help me with this issue:
> I recently purchased Windows Vista Home Premium Upgrade edition of of the
> Windows Marketplace/Digital Locker. I am upgrading from Windows XP Media
> Center Edition. Why I start the install, and enter the product key that
> supplied, I get the following message, " The product key you entered does
> match any of the Windows editions available to install. Enter a different
> product key."
> So, then it says that you are not required to enter your product key now
> install, but have to within 30 days. So, I left the product key blank, and
> hit NEXT. Then a window pops up that asks, "Do you want to enter your
> key now?" and I hit NO. The cursor changes to the hour glass for about
> secs, and then its right back to putting in the product key. It will not
> allow me to install without putting in a key.
> Does anybody have any ideas as to solving either one of my problems?
> Thank you very much!