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Rexter
YeeHaw

join:2002-11-17
cloud 9

Office Key from dead system

I need to extract the CD key from a good hard drive that came from a dead computer. I know that MS Office was installed, either 2007 or 2010, along with Windows 7. Magic jellybean usually is up to the task. It does find the Win 7 key, but not MS Office. Is there another program that might work better?
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jimkyle
Btrieve Guy
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join:2002-10-20
Oklahoma City, OK
kudos:2
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I always used Belarc to get the keys for all active packages, when replacing hard drives. If you can run it on this hard drive it might do the job for you. I stopped using Windows after XP so don't know whether it still works as it used to, though.
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Jim Kyle


Rexter
YeeHaw

join:2002-11-17
cloud 9
Belarc is a great tool, but I see no way to run it on an inactive system, so no good for me here. Produkey did the trick for for me.

Thanks


therube

join:2004-11-11
Randallstown, MD

1 recommendation

Just one of the many great Nirsoft utilities.

A link for those wondering, ProduKey - Recover lost Windows product key (CD-Key) and Office 2003/2007 product key.


Kanebrake
Island Time
Premium
join:2002-03-12
reply to Rexter
This is a good one ...although it is paid.

»recover-keys.com/