Win XP Activation crack
Posted 03 May 2005 - 05:07 PM
Providing your computer is operational, you can download (or otherwise install) Belarc Advisor, a Free Personal PC Audit Tool from...
No brainer/no options install. Run it to list all MAJOR CD/Product keys on your computer.
Lists all kinds of other neat stuff, hdwr config, patches, all installed software with version numbers and so on - a real handy 'must have' PC audit tool
Outputs to your current default browser. You do not need to be online! It's not a web-based service nor reports to one - it's installed on your computer and the info is yours only and private. You can save/print the output for future reference via your browser's menus.
You can run it as many times as you like. I keep the outputs saved by date/time as I make any changes to my system - an extremely useful reference. Priceless when it comes to exploring/debugging someone else's computer.
The reason they use your browser is Belarc provides a link (an underlined *) at the end of each item for you to click to get to the install directory - very cool!
Once you know the MAJOR CD/Product keys for YOUR computer, you can install/uninstall/re-install any 'Product' via any distibution method - CD's, downloads - whatever.
There are some exceptions regards minor/tertiary installs, but run the report, then decide what these exceptions may be, and if it's of concern.
For instance, if you run Diskeeper (and you should), the registered name and key is not listed with that product in the 'Software Versions' section of the output. You must obtain this info prior to doing anything like major system re-vamps & esp b4 re-formatting your drive. Natch, you can do it the hard way as well ;-)
I've run this util on many systems, some real sick one's as well, and never had a problem. Takes about 1-2 minutes to generate the report on the everage computer.
Take note - don't get click happy with this util!
Posted 05 May 2005 - 02:11 AM
While I dislike M$....I don't think it is legit to steal their software either.
Just so people know if you have an old windozs disc. you can get an upgrade xp pro for $88 if you a student at http://www.journeyed...asp?T1=55481723 The secret is to do a clean install, which any windows disk from Me onwards will do. You have to have a prevoius M$ windows disk....
Or you can buy an oem xp pro full copy for about $130 from like newegg.com
Activation can be a PITA I know I have done it. many times. I have to call M$ 3 or 4 times b/c I have exceded the number of activations for varioous reasons...mainly due to my swapping out hardware on 2 diff machines a lot. To M$s credit they activate it over the phone and reset the number of times. The only thing is they get real rude if you copy the number down and don't enter it directly....I wonder why....
[censored] m/s and the scare mongers that are out there they cannot keep track of peoples downloads and they an't going top tell peoples dickeads for listening to this proper ganda
Posted 06 May 2005 - 12:47 PM
everything else. When i put the disk I got from the guy(bob) who built the computer(it was a copy ) into the computer to reinstall it I noticed that windows wanted me to register this copy. I called bob and told him I needed a key code with 25 characters he gave me one and when I tried to register it I could'nt microsoft said this number had already been registered many times befor. I need some relief from this crap. I tried the install cd to get the key from the unatend file but the number did'nt work also tried the product key's that were mentioned that didnt work either. I have11 days left any sugestions???
thanks for all the idea's form everyone
Posted 06 May 2005 - 01:50 PM
Posted 06 May 2005 - 02:30 PM
Hi iv just bought a version of Xp off of Ebay. it is genuine, XP professional with SP2, however it is a dell brand cd. I am trying to install ewith all sorts of fake codes, but it keeps coming up with an invalid code error. How do I get round this without buying a genuine license?
Ben, call micro$oft [800 936-5700], tell them the numbers on the sticker on your Dell computer is illegible, and that you already called Dell and they sent you to Micro$oft, they will ask you to read the number on the disc [look for a number in the clear center of the cd the number starts with an x] they may ask you to describe the printed name on disc ie "windows xp, dell logo or something similar"
i got that way two serial numbers one for a Dell win2000 CD and one for the Dell xp pro CD [Micro$oft knows those CDs can not be installed on a non Dell computer so they'll give you the serial number to re install].
Posted 09 May 2005 - 05:29 PM
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Posted 22 May 2005 - 11:38 AM
I meant too say, for SP 2 , use the top "link"... I too have a dell CD I legitmitly OWN, and used up my product key.... GGGRRRR.....
It WORKS! hooky DOO!!!!!
Run the proggie, bling~bling, XP Pro SP 2 is activated!!!!
And no I don't have it installed on a Dell computer.....(xp pro that is)..
But I do have the dell installation CD.....
Thanks a million!!!!!!!!!
Karma AND Raisin Pie too ya!
Posted 26 May 2005 - 12:42 PM
Posted 28 May 2005 - 09:07 AM
Meanwhile, all i have to say is that.........I will be glad when Linux gets more popular so i dont have to bother with windows at all anymore.
Posted 03 June 2005 - 05:51 AM
Posted 05 June 2005 - 04:44 AM
just get yourself a good internet security like norton
Posted 06 June 2005 - 07:51 PM
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Posted 27 June 2005 - 01:15 PM
Now its trying to activate by phone, but its doing itself automatically and it doesnt give you the option to click. After a few seconds it logs you back out and you are forced to do it over and over.
Can anyone help?
Guest_Script Kiddies Next Door_*
Posted 03 July 2005 - 07:40 PM
Push Win+U to bring up utilities (and the narrator)
On either the narrator or the utilities control, click Help
Click Options | Internet Options...
Click the Privacy tab
this will pull up a file browser from which you can run any program
locate the program you want to run (it often helps to select All Files under Files of type) then right-click on the .exe you want to run and select Open. NOTE: double-clicking will cause an error, you must right-click | Open.