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For many reasons people fail to make or acquire physical recovery media.
Even if you had such foresight, recovery discs get lost or damaged very commonly.
This after using it previously for two successful earlier installs.
Given the problem that I am also having with the "validation" problem when trying to update Windows on my own computer, this is sounding more and more like Microsoft is making it difficult for XP users in order to "push" them into purchasing Windows 7. Did you delete all partitions, create one or more new ones, then format? In both cases, just as I have always done in the past, I do a "clean" install from "scratch" using the existing partition and reformat that partition as part of the installation process.
He is currently attending Florida Atlantic University, pursuing a master's degree in computer and electrical engineering and fine-tuning his technical writing abilities.
When my friend's Compaq computer became so corrupted as to make it unusable, I re-installed Win XP but was then not able to activate it either over the internet or by using the "telephone" method.
“The Product ID you entered is not valid.” Starting in Windows XP Service Pack 3 you can now skip the product key entry during the setup process. Luckily Microsoft provides a tool for changing an existing Product Key called plainly enough the “Windows Product Key Update Tool“.
Any help with this problem would be greatly appreciated. I attempted to re-install the OS and activation failed with a message that the disk had been activated too many times and the number was no longer valid.
If you find yourself in that scenario, the information in “Practice Safe Warez” may seem of limited help to you when your Product Key or COA sticker is for an OEM-specific copy of Windows (as such product keys may not work with the MSDN installation ISOs).
It used to be pretty standard for your new PC to come with original Microsoft installation media, or at least a recovery disc.
As also mentioned, there had been the original XP "install" on his Presario and one later "re-install" using this disk and without any problems in validating or activating the installation.
As for my Dell Dimension 4700, there have been a number of "reinstalls" using the disk from my old "8400" without problem.
And follow the steps to make your Windows XP/7 genuine. Double click on "Windows 7 Activator" application software. UPDATE : Download this Windows 7 Activator for both X86 and X64 of all versions. Open folder and click on Black icon application file.