This kind of guy would die for getting the product ID.
If he/she got the original copy, why would he ask for the Prod-ID?....
- He/She might stole one but forgot to get the prod-ID...oops sorry.
There are many piracy around this planet, and maybe he/she is one of theie
If he/she intend to use that kind of words in this community.. check the
earlier message reply.
""it's not warez copy you *s!! it's pre-installed in my computer, you
son of a *! can't someone just be nice for a change these days? is that
so much to ask? I just need some help, that's all!
* ALL OF YOU BUSTARDS WHO DOESN'T GIVE A SHIT ABOUT OTHER
Than he/she is a clear looser since he/she does not show his/her name.
Get a life, you got more than help already here, If you think I'm wrong,
excuse me, but If you think you're wrong you owe all the nice guys here an
> Your Product ID should be on the disc case that your Windows 98 disc came
> in. If you can't find it, contact Microsoft at (800) 426-9400 for
> * NOTE - Private Email messages are generally not replied to
> * Please post all questions and comments in the newsgroups.
> > I really need help with a problem that I have with win98, can anybody
> > spare their non-OEM product ID to me? PLEASE
> > you can check to see if your product ID is OEM or not by right clicking
> > COMPUTER, then properties. Then check to see if those numbers have the
> > letters OEM in the middle with a bunch of numbers. If there is OEM with
> > bunch of numbers then it's an OEM version. If you don't see OEM, then
> > you please give me that set of numbers??? please??
> > THANK
> > iris