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Please do not attempt any of these procedures if you are unfamiliar with modifying the Windows XP registry, and please use this information responsibly.Lab is not responsible for the use or misuse of this material, including loss of data, damage to hardware, or personal injury.Microsoft claims that legitimate licensed users of XP Professional should be unaffected, however there are a number of different ways one of these leaked keys can find it's way into an otherwise legal environment and cause serious deployment issues.
So when I installed Windows I entered the original Dell product key, even though I was installing a retail copy of XP Home. It just generally seemed to be working, and working well. (Still no idea what that was about.) I removed the CD, and hard-booted the machine, and sure enough, Windows came up except that it presented me with a message I’d never seen before, and didn’t even know existed: “You must first activate this copy of Windows before you can log in”. In my experience Windows will normally allow you to log in and complete your set-up without activating, giving you 30 days to get around to that. The choices came up, I plugged in a network cable and told Windows to activate itself over the net. The network card hadn’t been configured yet, there was no external connectivity available. (I, too, took pains to remain calm and friendly throughout. I can understand that a less patient person would have had a difficult time staying civil – what I was looking for was very simple: I wanted to install and run Microsoft Windows, all legal and above board. • Left to my own devices, I fixed it in about 10 minutes. The key was my statement early on: “The network card hadn’t been configured yet, there was no external connectivity available.” That’s a statement I made repeatedly to the folks at Microsoft.Since the release of Windows XP Professional, Microsoft has discovered that the vast majority of illegitimate copies in use are using a small handful of leaked "corporate" keys.In an effort to thwart these illegitimate users, Windows XP Service Pack 1 (and possibly all future updates) will not install on systems using these keys, and it is unclear what additional steps Microsoft may take in the future. I’ve just performed a clean setup, and Windows now won’t let me even log in until I activate. And after an hour and a half on the phone, I was no further along. Today I decided that this was the machine to use for a new employee at my wife’s business. Now, here is the confusing factor: the machine is a Dell, and came with Dells OEM version of Windows XP Home pre-installed.The network card has apparently not yet been configured, so I can’t activate over the ‘net. And yet, left to my own devices I had the machine activated in about 10 minutes. The product key for XP Home that was installed on it is on a sticker on the bottom of the laptop.