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Windows XP install

I have an Inspiron 1000 that I took into the shop. The guy in the shop fried the motherboard. He did replace it at his cost with a refirb. The problem is now the lower half is not the one that came with my computer and I didn't write down the number in case I ever have to reinstall Windows. Is there a way around this?


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Type this into google.


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Thanks R. Proffitt

So I just use JELLYBEAN KEY FINDER when I am asked for the CD key? Is this for all Windows or just XP?

thanks again

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(NT) I would use it now, write down the answer....

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