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ok i did a full NTFS format got through the clean installation but now i cant figure out where my stupid(well not stupid actually important)product key is...i really am starting to hate my laptop..is there anything i can do? thank you wso much for y9our help
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There should be a COA sticker with your key on the bottom of the laptop.
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there is but the sticker is worn from it getting hot or being rubbed from moving it..i cant make out the whole thing
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How were you setting it up before...when you started this thread?
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I hate to hijack this thread but I am having a similar issue and have tried following these steps. I am attempting a repair to my XP OS but continue to get the lsass.exe system error. I try to run the chkdsk but am also asked for admin password, though I do not recall setting one up for my pc (bought new in January 2007). I went into my boot menu and did a hard disk diagnostic, though this may not be same thing. At this point, when the pc reboots, it goes straight to restarting setup, then the lsass.exe error comes again.

Do I just need to do a complete reinstall of the OS?

Update: Got to recovery console but now i get msg that sys reg does not appear to have an active controlset key. the sys reg may be damaged. Followed by a msg about using last known good config or repair and recovery.

Thanks,
Tina

Edited by mamav, 19 September 2011 - 02:51 PM.

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