First, find your setupp.ini file in the i386 directory on your WinXP CD. Likewise, an OEM CD won't accept volume license or retail keys. List of OEM CD Keys: Shanghai version VOL integrates SP2 6YDH3-GPKVM-2DX3V-WDXQM-BHWGJ V88FQ-MFFRR-8D2VY-PG87J-FG7PY M77MB-M4JR4-KB8DR-2YGD2-BMBG3 22GFC-FFJCP-8TVJV-GDBPM-C2V8H 8CRG2-6PWXV-M4MQB-V8BY2-CPY99 RJTRK-7CFJC-HRQPD-G8XT4-FMHBG V7VBW-22PQ4-MTD78-J34D6-BCBX3 DFBPH-H3K2G-JRKG2-FHBD3-FVV98 505M first edition F8HWQ-4HQC7-FC49H-6BH9P-TGRPT C2GTV-8GGVY-JJC79-BWQ2M-RXBJW G3DGF-6MH9V-MTT4J-XTWVT-WXQQT BQ63T-68V74-GHF68-73H42-FGVF3 G2JRQ-RX6B7-BJB9B-D2RMT-8QC28 BKGDF-328TV-VW7M9-B894J-8DYCW WTT8Y-7JPJ6-FW4C7-KFYD6-FWYDY LEGEND: SLP=LEGEND Dragon There's a way/software to test the keys in your collection for what type it is, but I can't tell you that (against the rules and illegal). http://comvurgent.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-oem-product-key.html
but here's the trick. There's a possibility that the Upgrade CD you're using is a Retail CD (you had stated you "made your own"). Lastly, there is a method of changing the "type" of install (within group, i.e. The problem is the it is a Windows XP Professional Acer Incorporated edition and Acer never provided a windows cd with it.
See below also for a list of CD labels 4. John Gregory says: August 25, 2010 at 13:26 I have found many references to the type (335, 270, oem) I have not found any other types. I don't find the CDLABEL for that company. jaclaz[/quote]DOH!!! "Pay attention, dude" (says to self sheepishly ).
So a Windows XP retail CD won't accept an OEM license key. jaclaz Edited December 15, 2008 by jaclaz 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites submix8c 87 Inconceivable! 87 5,191 posts September 14, 2005 OS: none specified Besides, the downloaded image is mostly for Windows XP VL edition, and is not suitable for OEM product key, which pasted on COA sticker on PC. Windows Xp Professional Sp3 Product Key The first group of numbers tell setup which type of media you have, and the last three digits tell setup which license keys to accept: Retail = 51882 335
Note: Do not press R or select the option “To repair a Windows XP installation using the Recovery Console, press R” option. How to Change the Distribution Channel Version of A Windows XP CD Tip: A more easier way is probably to download a new Windows XP with SP3 ISO image. Steps below: 1. Family version: RCBF6-6KDMK-GD6GR-K6DP3-4C8MT (XXXXX-119-0001024-XXXXX) Professional version: XJM6Q-BQ8HW-T6DFB-Y934T-YD4YT (XXXXX-119-0001024-XXXXX) COMPAQ: SLP=COMPAQ Family version: KG27H-JV9M6-2CXKV-GMP22-HF2BQ (XXXXX-119-0001015-XXXXX) Professional version: KYKVX-86GQG-2MDY9-F6J9M-K42BQ (XXXXX-119-0001015-XXXXX) HP: SLP=Hewlett-Packard Family version: MK48G-CG8VJ-BRVBB-38MQ9-3PMFT (XXXXX-119-0001067-XXXXX) Professional version: DMQBW-V8D4K-9BJ82-4PCJX-2WPB6 (XXXXX-119-0001067-XXXXX) ACER: SLP=AcerSystem Family
Related Post navigation ← Previous post Next post → 1 thought on “How to Change Windows XP Version Between Retail, OEM and Volume LicenseChannel” Anonymous said: 3 March, 2013 at 3:09 Windows Xp Professional Product Key A Windows product ID [currently, as of the XP Home/Pro/Server 2003 era] has the following format: xxxxx-yyy-zzzzzzz-zzzzz xxxxx-yyy-zzzzzzz-zzzzz The ‘xxxxx' component The xxxxx section, which I will now call the "OS So - does this mean that us tech support folks have to buy multiple copies of Windows XP just to reinstall them on their client's computers? IV.
I made my own previously usingPid=55276OEM and that worked before, but being an upgrade-oem pid.I changed it when I made my new cd (sick of providing my 2k disc) toPid=51882OEM and I can't believe it - I still have the cover, and the drivers disk and everything else that shipped with the machine, but lost the important one (sigh). Windows Xp Product Id List Here’s a brief list of known English version of Windows XP CD volume labels. Windows Xp Oem Note: Instead of implementing any of the solutions outlined below, Volume License customers can use Volume License media to install the same operating system that was licensed from an OEM without
Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. http://comvurgent.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-product-key-generator.html Sign In Sign Up Home Forums Browse Back Browse Forums Rules Donation Activity Back Activity Unread Content Content I Started My Activity Streams All Activity Search Leaderboard Subscription Back Subscription Orders These files can be found in the deploy.cab which can be downloaded from the Microsoft® download center available at this location: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=7A83123D-507B-4095-9D9D-0A195F7B5F69&displaylang=en * Create a file named sysprep.inf using a text Here's a list of all the various types of disc along with the volume name, date and PID numbers: Windows XP Home Retail = WXHFPP_EN 08/23/01 8:00 AM (08:00:00) 55277000 Windows Windows 7 Product Id List
Using a retail or MSDN CD won't help, as your key won't be accepted. And be careful, everyone, that you don't tread on the forum rules! Here are the acceptable values for each type of media. weblink If that's something that interests you, contact me and let's see if we can get something going with that.
If the procedure was successful, a message indicating that Windows has already been activated will be displayed. Windows Xp Iso Notify me of new posts via email. To help minimize the potential impact on licensed users, this whitepaper provides steps licensed end users can take to preserve OEM pre-activation when reinstalling the operating system using any of the
If you run sysprep –reseal –mini following an unattended install, you will need to follow the steps outlined in Section I. [UserData] ProductKey =”XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX” For more information on sysprep process, please LikeLike Reply Harold May 26, 2013 at 02:15 Hello to all. Making changes to the OOBEinfo.ini file OEM pre-activation can be preserved if changes are made to the OOBEinfo.ini file by ensuring that the %SYSTEMROOT%\system32\oobe\oobeinfo.ini file contains the information shown below but Generally, channel ID for retail is 335, OEM is OEM, and volume licensing is 270.
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are commenting using Menu and widgets Social Recently on Last.fm My Tweets Search for: Recent Posts The (Manly) History of Bay Rum Georgia Tech 2017 Football Schedule Bad Movie Reviews: "The Concorde… Airport '79" Windows XP Professional 32 bit MVF4D-W774K-MC4VM-QY6XY-R38TB Windows XP Tablet PC Edition XT67V-GY7FW-GR6FR-WDK2C-8T97J Windows XP Professional x64 bit FM634-HJ3QK-6QVTY-RJY4R-XCR9J For any of the solutions outlined below, you can verify that the OEM http://comvurgent.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-sp2-universal-product-key.html Edited December 15, 2008 by submix8c 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jaclaz 818 The Finder 818 17,861 posts July 23, 2004 OS: none specified
Here is my current list of OS type IDs: 55274 : XP Professional (Corporate/Academic) 55285 : XP Professional* 55276 : XP Home (?)** 55277 : XP Home 51873 : 2000 Professional IE is it an OEM version or retail? Sorry, Jac, will pay more attention here-on-out. To fix this: Save the disk to a folder on your computer.
See below for a list of PID keys. Sidharth waynerrrwayne says: July 16, 2014 at 06:40 If you are like me and have a licence key , but you don't know what type it is (retail, OEM. Using “sysprep –reseal –mini” Command OEM pre-activation can be preserved when Sysprep.exe is run to reseal the system using the –reseal – mini switches by following these steps. * Ensure the Burn/Create ISO and install.Dell 55274OEM Fujitsu 76487OEM Compaq/HP 55274OEM MSDN 76487000 MSDN 55274000 - These are thanks to Jaap Hollenberg - MEDION 55677OEM (Windows XP Home) MEDION 76396OEM (Windows
Windows XP setup wizard will launch and ask user to setup Windows XP, press Enter. Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Go To Topic Listing nLite Recently Browsing 0 members No registered users viewing this page. The last three digits determines what CD key it will accept. Handy if you've lost the vendor's original CD, and you want to use the key that's on the physical PC.
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