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Dealing with reformat


My C: drive is only 3.5 gb and is full. I only have Windows, IE 5 and drivers on it. All my games, etc are on a 20 gb D: drive. I would like to reformat the C drive, but I need to find the product ID for MS office 2000. I think I found it via regedit in the hkey_local_machine:software:microsoft:office:registration:product id. It is a long number. Do you know if this is the registration id needed?


This question was answered on February 10, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

I believe it is if the ID looks like for example TCUGH-5UFUT-JGU7Y-7GHTR-4YFYRT then that is a product key dont use the one i typed its fake im just using it as an example to show u what a product key looks like

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 10, 2004