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I install Win Xp in another computer.

but when i want install the card 3D (but i think not just the card 3D) the computer say me "you need register your windows, if you dont register your windows before install your software , your software maybe will not run correctly"

- in help it says : this registration is very important , we strongely recommended you register your windows. this registration is for no others peoples use this windows with the some cd key........

but for register my windows i need have an enternet connection and i need istall the softwares for can have acces to the enternet.

but i think it gona say me the some problem "you need register..."


some ideas ??? ?maybe i need to delete this registration ?? if delete to, how ??

thanks in advance
 

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It sounds like you are using the home edition of XP. If this is so, it requires that you register with Mr. Bill within a certain amount of time. You can only rigister on one computer or they will not like you anymore. If this is your only install of that license, and you don't have an internet connection, you can call them and they will register it that way. Does that help?
 

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Moody is right....you should have the option to call M$..to register...if not contact M$ and they will help you out...XP come with 1 (if not more ) free tech support calls....



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I was under the impression that activation was a must and that registering the product was an option...................:confused:
 

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Das es true... M$ went out of their way to state that when people started raising questions about their personal information and security of that info in the hands of Ol' Billy boy
 

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WINDOWS XP HOME EDITION

i dont install this windows in another computer.
i dont try install an internet connection because i need install the modem and the internet but i think winXp gona say me, register or your program will not work good :no: , so i dont try install it:
- if i call Mr.Bill ,,,ok maybe i gona call and register but if my computer dont have an internet connection , how can my computer know if i register it ??? :confused:

you guys have this problem when install the win Xp ???

because i need install some programs like enternet or my card 3D
and i think i doesnt gona install the internet and all this stuf :no:
 
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