Product Key on bottom of Laptop faded ! help

C

Chuck

Obviously you need the correct key for your Vista Ultimate.
This is very unlikely to be the faded key label that was placed on the
bottom of the laptop by the mfr, since the laptop was sold with XP
installed. To activate, you need the correct key, not the XP key.

On 4/29/2010 7:55 AM, Father2010 wrote:

> i have the same problem except i did not reinstall anything. i never put
> the product key in and now that i need it, i cant read it. i dont know
> what OEM is and i dont know what to do. help?
>
> windows vista Tm activation key
>
> The laptop was xp and we changed it to vista ultimate we've used it for
> some time and now need activation. help
>
>
 

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Andy

Actualy the orginal poster is correct many lap top makers for some odd
reason put the COA on the bottom of the case usaly by the battery door or
the door you remove to install more ram.


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"Chuck" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Obviously you need the correct key for your Vista Ultimate.
> This is very unlikely to be the faded key label that was placed on the
> bottom of the laptop by the mfr, since the laptop was sold with XP
> installed. To activate, you need the correct key, not the XP key.
>
> On 4/29/2010 7:55 AM, Father2010 wrote:

>> i have the same problem except i did not reinstall anything. i never put
>> the product key in and now that i need it, i cant read it. i dont know
>> what OEM is and i dont know what to do. help?
>>
>> windows vista Tm activation key
>>
>> The laptop was xp and we changed it to vista ultimate we've used it for
>> some time and now need activation. help
>>
>>
>
 

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