Xp updating product key

03 Jan

Dont you hate when you have to reformat your hard drive or when it breaks? In my case, Auto CAD will not operate on the newer versions of Windows, hence my efforts with the recovery of these machines. When the CAD wouldn't initialize, I sought assistance. The net result was swapping the new Toshiba, with Windows 8, for an older machine as a parts source.

Well you probably think to yourself "I'll just reinstall" and realize ! In both u Soft's and Toshiba's eyes, the multi-thousand dollar program is "so what, tough s#! Far cheaper than paying the price for a replacement LCD screen.

As a result, many people may decide to re-install the operating system itself which is often a tedious and time consuming task . I followed (sort of) the instructions for this article. Using a "hex" editor and examining the file "unattend.txt", I found the key ID number toward the end of the file. Since my Toshiba (A-75) went south, I have been trying to get my Auto CAD back up running.However, here is a small hack using which it is possible to change the Windows XP product key without the need for re-installing it.This makes it possible to input a new product key and make your OS genuine.