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CD Keys for one product or version of a product will not work with others.Leo -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: Gnu PG v1.4.7 (Ming W32) i D8DBQFHgnp NCMEe9B/8oq ERAtfo AJ44eij YMSg2Pccd5OULv Nh V/mf Vx ACfc Dtu Om1c Eu8n YWn E4ei FMUZHs48= =Ho Qu -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- Wow, I just found your site. I know this won't help someone who's lost their CD key.The first thing I do when I open a CD is use a marker to write the CD key on the printed side of the CD. You are wrong, the CD key is stored on windows XP cd's I'm pretty sure with vista as well.

It is NOT the same as the key on the outside of the box, and it is not a valid key for you to use on subsequent installations.

Since it's not unique I'm guessing that if you attempt to use it activation will probably fail.

If you explore the windows cd and open up I386 it does reside in a file named

So in case you haven't guessed, those product key stickers are valuable, and should be saved.

Or at least make sure to save the product key information somewhere.

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