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From: ToddAndMargo on 3 Apr 2010 00:33 Hi All, I have been testing a utility called Key Finder. It is suppose to translate license numbers ( 1234-oem-567 ...) back to key numbers (YHK6S-I2889-...). Only one problem: it always gets them wrong. Any one know of a utility like this, only that gets the key numbers correct? Many thanks, -T
From: mister_friendly on 3 Apr 2010 04:46 On Fri, 02 Apr 2010 21:33:41 -0700, ToddAndMargo <ToddAndMargo (a)invalid.com> wrote:>Hi All, > >I have been testing a utility called Key Finder. It >is suppose to translate license numbers ( 1234-oem-567 ...) >back to key numbers (YHK6S-I2889-...). Only one >problem: it always gets them wrong. > >Any one know of a utility like this, only that gets >the key numbers correct? > >Many thanks, >-T I'm not sure about any software for this, but in Win98 and Win2000 you can see the key number in the registry. I don't recall just how to locate the number in the registry, but I know it's there. I suspect this is the same in XP. Maybe I'm wrong since I know little about XP ?????
From: Jose on 3 Apr 2010 08:48 On Apr 3, 12:33 am, ToddAndMargo <ToddAndMa... (a)invalid.com> wrote:> Hi All, > > I have been testing a utility called Key Finder. It > is suppose to translate license numbers ( 1234-oem-567 ...) > back to key numbers (YHK6S-I2889-...). Only one > problem: it always gets them wrong. > > Any one know of a utility like this, only that gets > the key numbers correct? > > Many thanks, > -T Where can I download and try this program called Key Finder that is supposed to translate license numbers back to key numbers and why do you think it is wrong.
From: Jim on 3 Apr 2010 09:28 On Sat, 3 Apr 2010 05:48:53 -0700 (PDT), Jose <jose_ease (a)yahoo.com>wrote: >On Apr 3, 12:33�am, ToddAndMargo <ToddAndMa... (a)invalid.com> wrote:>> Hi All, >> >> I have been testing a utility called Key Finder. �It >> is suppose to translate license numbers ( 1234-oem-567 ...) >> back to key numbers (YHK6S-I2889-...). �Only one >> problem: it always gets them wrong. >> >> Any one know of a utility like this, only that gets >> the key numbers correct? >> >> Many thanks, >> -T > >Where can I download and try this program called Key Finder that is >supposed to translate license numbers back to key numbers and why do >you think it is wrong. http://pcsupport.about.com/od/productkeysactivation/gr/winkeyfinder.htm ?
From: Jim on 3 Apr 2010 09:30
On Sat, 3 Apr 2010 05:48:53 -0700 (PDT), Jose <jose_ease (a)yahoo.com>wrote: >On Apr 3, 12:33�am, ToddAndMargo <ToddAndMa... (a)invalid.com> wrote:>> Hi All, >> >> I have been testing a utility called Key Finder. �It >> is suppose to translate license numbers ( 1234-oem-567 ...) >> back to key numbers (YHK6S-I2889-...). �Only one >> problem: it always gets them wrong. >> >> Any one know of a utility like this, only that gets >> the key numbers correct? >> >> Many thanks, >> -T > >Where can I download and try this program called Key Finder that is >supposed to translate license numbers back to key numbers and why do >you think it is wrong. Addendum : wrong one ( doesn`t translate ) |