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Posted 08 July 2005 - 06:43 AM

I've installed a copy of Win XP Pro SP2, and when it prompted for a cd key i used the keygen and it worked fine. but now it's installed, when i try to activate using all the cracks and methods mentioned, it just wont work. Do you have to crack WinXP before installing SP2?? I only have a copy with SP2 already included! Can I just do a clean install and use a "corporate" serial? does this really avoid all activation issues? and if so, can i still use the same keygen to get my product key... man it's tiring being a cheat sometimes... ;)

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Posted 09 July 2005 - 09:02 AM

This is only going tohelp a few of you. I read yalls post the other day (thursday i think) and and found a few truths. One guy says to download and run that utiity from that one site to get your installed productid number. This works great for doing that. However, and this is where i got caught, I are running Dell install disks. NO I did not have the coas to go with them. Now when I run that litle utility it comes up with believe it or not the same install id. I thought ody thats weird so i put a different HD in my dell and reinstalled same disks (an being a dell they do not have to be activated) and ran said utility again and came up with the same product ids on both installs. Now i know (because i have done it) that you can use those disk with your coas on any comp and every thing is okay and activates. My problem is the dell disks I bought were XP PRO not home and the XP HOME coa numbers dont work with XP Pro. Yes both my del bought comps have home on them. NOw my issue is I can change both my Dell comps to Pro and use the Home disks elswhere or i can call my friend with a Dell with XP PRO get his COA number from him and try it. Guess what, It works and activates, and updates. So the long and short of all this is if you are using a Dell oem disk just find an approriate (IE HOME OR PRO) COA number and use it. My local library has a lot of dell comps loaded with XP PRO that can be wrote down and used (I THINK).No I am not telling you to do that its just someplace I saw that had those COAs displayed.

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Posted 14 July 2005 - 01:17 AM

Ok,

I need two ??'s answering. Firstly, i'm currently downloading xp 64 bit edition. I'm using a crack copy of 32 bit pro by using the FCKGW key and changing to a corporate key. Will i be able to install 64 bit edition using the key number in unattend.txt, not activate and then change the key to my 32bit corporate key DMV3H-K8YRF-QCMVM-823KK-B8737? If not can someone tell me a corproate key that will work?

Secondly, my friend has loaned me a copy of XP home that already has SP2 integrated (i think, if not it has 1A) can i use the FCKGW key or should i use the key in unattend.txt not activate and change to a corproate key

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Posted 14 July 2005 - 04:29 AM

I have the same problem as the thread starter. Any solutions of that problem? It's ver frustrating... :-(

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Posted 14 July 2005 - 04:34 AM

I have the same problem as the thread starter. Any solutions of that problem?  It's ver frustrating... :-(

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