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By sinegugup ·
I Wanted to ask how can I find my Product keys for a Windows XP Pro?

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by cmiller5400 In reply to Product Keys

To find the product key used in the system, use http://www.magicaljellybean.com/keyfinder.shtml

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by pierrejamme In reply to Product Keys

If you really want to know the Product Key and not generate keys then this is the place to go:

ProduKey v1.04
Copyright (c) 2005 - 2006 Nir Sofer
Web Site: http://www.nirsoft.net

all the other programs I have tried just seem to generate pirate keys, including jellybean in my experience.

Simple test run it on a computer yyu know the product key of an see what is returned. When I ran jellybean it gave me three different numbers and none of them were correct.

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Keyfinder DOES work

by allan In reply to

I ran KeyFinder on two PCs with known (good) Product Keys and it returned correct keys on the o/s systems on both PCs; be aware that product keys exist for many applications as well as operating systems, e.g. M/S Office suite, FrontPage (on its own!), etc.

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by shkfaiz In reply to Product Keys

Dear Friend,
go to
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/product_cd_key_viewer.html
and download the software
and OPEN your respected WIDE eyes
You will see you Product Keys !!!

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Keyfinder etc NO GOOD if your system does not boot!

by allan In reply to Product Keys

Keyfinder is great if your Win system boots normally - so is produkey.exe
BUT IF your system - like mine! ( does NOT boot at all, then keyfinder and produkey do NOT work! What we really need is a product key finder that will work from the C systrm prompt from within the Windows Recovery Console!!! Anybody got any suggestions??? PLEASE email me at allan@shriver.co.uk I'm REALLY stuck, thanks to several power cuts from my electricity provider that have corrupted my system so bad that bootcfg, bootfix and fixmbr do not help. ARGH!

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