Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2 Product Key is a most fast windows for computer especially low processor PC. It is small in size and take less memory after installation. It is advance version of Windows 2000. Windows XP SP2 ISO has latest features that will make your work easy and fast. After installation of this windows you will free your computer very lite and fast. Windows XP SP2 Key Download has advance start menu that will show you all installed software and apps. Then you can use them directly from this menu bar rather than searching program files.
Windows XP SP2 License keys has advance customizable features. It mean you can customize features according to your demand like desktop folders / icons, start menu apps, windows startup, screensaver, drives style, and much more.
I bought a second hand Windows XP to dual boot on my mac computer. I would love to buy a brand new copy but of course it is far too old.It installed and worked fine. The product key worked during installation. However it won't let me activate it and now it says I need to activate it in 2 days to keep using it. This is despite having followed your methods above. All I can think is I accidentally left the computer connected to the internet and it did an auto update or something. It is really frustrating that I payed for a copy of windows xp and now it has stopped working and I lost all my installed programs. I can't get windows 7 or 8 as the programs I want to run won't work and I don't even know if windows 7 or 8 would work well on my mac.
After restart, the windows activation message prompted me again to activated.What do I do now? Wait for the 30 days to be over and see if it works? I see you confirmed this in a message above, but can I do something to verify that it won't block access to my windows in 2 days when activation period expires?Thank you!Ana
Thanks for the tutorial. I have been trying to run a copy of windows XP on a Virtual Machine for a little while, and no matter what I tried it wasn't recognizing my product key, and I couldn't get it to activate at all. I followed your tutorial, and it seems to have worked with one minor glitch. Whenever I log on to the virtual Machine, it still brings me to the activation screen, but the first screen that pops up says "This copy of Windows is already active, Click OK to exit", so I click OK, and it promptly logs me off. Any suggestions?
Following these steps (Activate Now) worked very well with one hiccup: I still get the activation prompt every time - declares windows has been activated, but click OK and it logs the user out immediately. I'm curious to know if anyone has found a way through this.
This is all well and wonderful and I have in fac used this method a number of times, however, as soon as I set my date and time correctly the 30 day period locks me out again -I would love a method of cracking XP that does not involve the timer..
Hello Eugen,so I have virtualized licence version of windows xp box and used your trick to activate, and worked perfectly fine now since it's a VM ,user ac cess it's through RDP and only problem is system times out means it doesn't ping no RDP when i go the concole of VMWARE and click on vm then it activates and ping and RDP works and as soon console times out both RDP and ping does not workhave you ever heard this before??
My Windows copy stopped working and I'm trying to hack it again! But when I press yes in the question of activating, it says windows already activated and pressing ok brings me back to the login page! so I press enter to login and the message for activation pops up again! So I'm trapped into this circle!
Hi, wondering if you could help me? I have a genuine copy of windows that I had to reinstall after replacing a bust hard drive. I got a message saying the copy of windows may be fraudulent (after entering my product code)
I have followed your guidance above. If I click activate windows it will show "Windows is already activated. click ok to exit".if I press ok then it will goes to welcome windows with the list of user acount.if i choose one of them it goes back to "windows Product Activation" which ask me to activate windows again.could you help to solve this issue?Thank you
start narrator (windowskey - U)select the link where it says "microsoft web page"it will start internet explorer - write the address "c:\windows\explorer.exe"click on start - run - regeditremove everything related to oobe and wpaevents, all keysrestart windows, boot with hirens boot cd to access drive Cgo to c:\windows\system32\oobe, replace msoobe.exe with c:\windows\explorer.exerestart windows xpsometimes it will prompt you for 30 days activation. when click on the prompt, an error message will say there's no such /a path.This works if you make significant hardware changes (a new motherboard) on the same windows xp system.voila, no more trial activation.
when i followed your steps i had another 30 trial days. i have repeated these steps around 4 or 5 times to get more days accessing windows (total days >120). and now i can not apply these step anymore. any guide for me ?
I have a winxp setup on a USBstick all oem files no grub or linics or winto usb or rufus .. My verion has no activation or product key needed ,,. it goes through setup automaticly ..,It is the only version you would need can put it on as many computers as you wish.. for a shipping fee of 20.00 I will send you one but it has to be sent on the USB Ican not send it in a ISO file becuose each one is created not copyed .. If you think you can just copy what I send you you would be wrong , it dwill not work correctly if you people are interested let me know of course you do understand that aOS will not be avaliable in the near future do you notice that alot of labtop noke book , don't have A USB ALL OF A SUDDEN 20.00 BUCKS AIN'T SO BAD OF A DEAL...
with these windows fix how-to's theres usually something that prevents the process working. maybe wrong update level, eg, worked ok with sp2 but wont with sp3. or just badly written set of steps that dont match at all well theory with practice.
Thank you! Now that I can't activate XP over the internet and I couldn't understand the person at microsoft, Your hack was easier and quicker than using microsoft! I have 2 computers in my workshop and one in the house, there is also one in my boat providing GPS and navigation AND music and digital TV. All XP. I am 69 now and I am not going to spend money on 64 bit replacments or windows 10. Again, thank you!
This post is all about Windows XP product key. You can check the list of working keys here. Morevover, you will learn how to activate Windows XP with the key. How to change the key if you have Windows XP already installed. Lastly, how to activate Windows XP without a key.
The first method to find the Windows XP product key is to use a key finder program. For this method to work, you need to install your copy of Windows on your computer using a stock key. Once Windows boots, you can follow the instructions below.
Since Microsoft introduced Windows Product Activation (WPA) the crackers have gone through a series of WinXP beta builds, finding new ways to at least circumvent the protection system. But now, taking an entirely different approach, Germany's Tecchannel has demonstrated that WPA as shipped in RC1 is full of gaping holes, and can be fooled almost completely.
Copy the saved version back? That surely shouldn't work - but it does. Next, Tecchannel tried a completely new installation using the same product key. This produces a new product ID, but nevertheless copying the wpa.dbl file back again works.
2. Use arrow keys to select XP installation (if you only have one, it should already be selected) and press R to begin the Repair process. After successful completion of repair windows will restart and again will display "Press any key to boot from CD".
In the late 1990s, initial development of what would become Windows XP was focused on two individual products: "Odyssey", which was reportedly intended to succeed the future Windows 2000 and "Neptune", which was reportedly a consumer-oriented operating system using the Windows NT architecture, succeeding the MS-DOS-based Windows 98.
However, the projects proved to be too ambitious. In January 2000, shortly prior to the official release of Windows 2000, technology writer Paul Thurrott reported that Microsoft had shelved both Neptune and Odyssey in favor of a new product codenamed "Whistler", named after Whistler, British Columbia, as many Microsoft employees skied at the Whistler-Blackcomb ski resort. The goal of Whistler was to unify both the consumer and business-oriented Windows lines under a single, Windows NT platform. Thurrott stated that Neptune had become "a black hole when all the features that were cut from Windows Me were simply re-tagged as Neptune features. And since Neptune and Odyssey would be based on the same code-base anyway, it made sense to combine them into a single project".
The Start menu received its first major overhaul in XP, switching to a two-column layout with the ability to list, pin, and display frequently used applications, recently opened documents, and the traditional cascading "All Programs" menu. The taskbar can now group windows opened by a single application into one taskbar button, with a popup menu listing the individual windows. The notification area also hides "inactive" icons by default. A "common tasks" list was added, and Windows Explorer's sidebar was updated to use a new task-based design with lists of common actions; the tasks displayed are contextually relevant to the type of content in a folder (e.g. a folder with music displays offers to play all the files in the folder, or burn them to a CD).
In August 2006, Microsoft released updated installation media for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 SP2 (SP2b), in order to incorporate a patch requiring ActiveX controls in Internet Explorer to be manually activated before a user may interact with them. This was done so that the browser would not violate a patent owned by Eolas. Microsoft has since licensed the patent, and released a patch reverting the change in April 2008. In September 2007, another minor revision known as SP2c was released for XP Professional, extending the number of available product keys for the operating system to "support the continued availability of Windows XP Professional through the scheduled system builder channel end-of-life (EOL) date of January 31, 2009." 2b1af7f3a8