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my name is jill. im not so smart when it comes to this stuff. didnt grow up with computors. so here it goes. i have a windows vista notebook pc my husband, who knows less then i do, got from work. it was suppose to be used for presentations. we own it now. i made a resume for myself. saved it, and now i cant send it out over craigslist. my unit keeps asking for a "25-digit code" to go further. i dont know the code. where can i get one? is there a generic code? does this have anything to do why it sez the host"POP3" could not be found. help. thanx.
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Hi jillybean2 :)
Have you already set up an internet account?

my unit keeps asking for a "25-digit code" to go further

The only products that I am aware of that use a 25 digit code are that of Microsoft, a combination of 5 X 5 letters and numbers for example are used to authenticate OSs such as W7, Vista and XP etc, my network key here in the UK is a combination of only 8 letters and numbers but this may differ in other countries.
Until we can establish what the requested code is for it is not possible to offer more definite suggestions I`m afraid but one of these may help http://support.microsoft.com/kb/274456 + http://portforward.c...ng/staticip.htm
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