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       #411

    cereberus said:
    Yeah - really good update.

    Only one minor comment - when I used it the OEM:NONSLP displayed as OEM:NONS ie last two characters missing.

    This could be ambiguously interpreted as non slp or non system builder (if you did not see the codes on web - which was why I asked question in first place).

    Maybe change NONSLP to SBLD (or fix display)?
    What DPI are you using? I can't replicate the error...

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       #412

    @Superfly

    Have to take 1 point off for spelling, my friend.... (or would that be grammar?)

    Volume:MAK = Multiple Activation Key is a single key used to on-line activate a per-determined number of Windows installations.


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       #413

    NavyLCDR said:
    @Superfly

    Have to take 1 point off for spelling, my friend.... (or would that be grammar?)

    Volume:MAK = Multiple Activation Key is a single key used to on-line activate a per-determined number of Windows installations.


    LOL... you'll notice most of my posts gets edited for just that reason
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       #414

    Superfly said:
    What DPI are you using? I can't replicate the error...

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    Oh - that could be it. I no longer have access to pc with issue (just fried the mobo :-().

    Actually as an aside, one awesome development would be if it could extract MS Office keys as that is aa handy function done by produkey.
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       #415

    cereberus said:
    Oh - that could be it. I no longer have access to pc with issue (just fried the mobo :-().

    Actually as an aside, one awesome development would be if it could extract MS Office keys as that is aa handy function done by produkey.
    Ah, OK... regarding Office, Windows Diagnostic Tool retrieves Office 2010 (and IIRC 2007) keys. I'll add that routine to ShowKey, was not sure how many still use the older versions of Office.

    I don't think there are any tools that can retrieve Office 2013/2016 retail
    However the Click-2-Run versions store the keys in the registry in plain text, the last I checked.
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       #416

    Hello Superfly mate I cannot get Showkey to work on my 7 machine - either I have got it very wrong or am not doing it correctly.
    Just a by the by this machine is a downgrade from 8.1 to 7 Pro - any connection there??

    Edit Should have mentioned it works on the 10 laptop ok.
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       #417

    Unfortunately, it has limited support on Windows 7 ATM.

    Is it not running at all? Usually it's due to .Net 4 not being installed.

    Download Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile (Standalone Installer) from Official Microsoft Download Center
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       #418

    Ok Super I'll check because I think I have that already installed for the debugging stuff.

    Edit Yep already installed
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       #419

    ICIT2LOL said:
    Ok Super I'll check because I think I have that already installed for the debugging stuff.

    Edit Yep already installed
    Please post an error code buddy, so I can try to replicate it.
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       #420

    As an aside... I'm still getting reps at EF for ShowKey1.1.vbs ... Can't activate Windows 8.1 due to product key issue - Page 12
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