I have an old HP personal computer that recently crashed. I have replaced the HD. Then I used a windows XP home cd from another machine. I was able to install Windows but it will not accept my product key. I assume this is happening because the key doesn't match the CD. The problem is that I have long lost the original installation CD. So I have a valid license for XP home but I don't know how I can use it. I refuse to buy another copy of Windows. And HP says my PC is 5 yrs old and cannot send me a new CD. What can I do?
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If you have done a reformat of your hard drive and proceeded to do a successful Windows XP installation, you may notice that a choice between two operating systems when you start up the machine.
Here is how to get rid of this: