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Seltox

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Is there a way for me to find out what CD Key was used to install Windows on my computer? My install CD ended up in just some case, with no CD Key to be found. I'm sure I can find it, but I don't really want to do all the searching.
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wannabe1

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Hello Seltox...

Nice build you've got going there, Seltox. I've been using the Antec 900 case with a Corsair PSU for a while now...and love it. I just reviewed the Corsair TX750W and was very impressed with the stability of the output, even under load.

Magic Jelly Bean will locate the product key and pull it from the registry for you. This will work providing your installed operating system is a retail version.

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Seltox

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I found my CD Key =p. But I tried out this program anyway, worked perfectly fine.
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another one is everest home...get it here..
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Whoa, I had no Idea Everest could do that. I've been quite an avid user of it since I first found it (thanks to the folks here on Geekstogo!)
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