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Call me Mr. Unorginized


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Ok I admitt it I am unorginized, :whistling: Darned Wife is right :blink:
Heres the deal, I have two computers both running windows xp and of course two sets of disks for it.
Problem is I want to put in a bigger hard drive on one and start with a complete reinstall but I don't know which disk set of Xp to use {I never marked them} Is there a way to tell which set goes with which computer???
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The easist method is to download Aida32 and install it. It will give you the product key used on the computer. Match that up with the correct cd. A newer key finders is here.

http://www.softpedia...KeyFinder.shtml

I have bought some 10 packs of windows XP OEM cd's and ended up getting the keys mixed up. It did not seem to matter, when i was activating windows, which key i used so i just taped a key tag to each CD.

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