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Alternatively, click the "Windows Activation" icon in the notification area to start the activation process. Click the "Use the automated phone system to activate" link, click the drop-down menu, then select the activation location closest to you.
Click "Next" to view the Microsoft Product Activation Center phone number.
You can validate Windows XP Professional in a variety of ways. Click the Start button, then click "All Programs | Accessories | System Tools | Activate Windows" to start the activation process.
Alternatively, click the "Windows Activation" icon in the notification area to start the activation process. Click the "No, I don't want to register now; let's just activate Windows" link if you only want to activate Windows XP Professional, then click "Next." Wait for the activation wizard to establish a network connection. Click the Start button, then click "All Programs | Accessories | System Tools | Activate Windows" to start the activation process.
Any change in H/W and frequent reinstalls (several times as quoted above) and for all MS knows you are installing this one copy of XP on multiple machines.
Just use the freephone number provided and activate over the phone - if the automated service says your copy is not genunine, hold the line, and you will be transferred through to a rep who will merely ask you, "How many PC's is it installed on" and active it there and then.
WGA is a non-vital Windows component, which means that without it your copy of Windows XP will continue to work.
If you’re using something like VLC, this might be another reason to ditch WGA.
The D never stated what type of installed CD they used.Hello Knut, I just tested this again and have an issue.as long as I only do save in the button it is working, but if I add an open page after the save the validation seem to be discarded, tried both actiongroup and context.redirect To Page() same result, any ideas?And If you have a copy of the Windows 7 disc, whether or not its an Upgrade disc you can install that - to get around the licensing issue, just do a custom install via booting from the CD, then, do an upgrade install within Windows 7, to Windows 7 again, so that you can use your ' Upgrade' license.Its not "any" change in hardware, it usually takes multiple changes in smaller hardware or a motherboard change to trigger the key to be un-activateable.
If you’ve got an old PC that doesn’t need the bells, whistles and expensive licence that comes with Windows 7 then XP is still a viable alternative.