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Microsoft Money lost product key

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I have a copy of microsoft money ver 17.0.120.1415 that i have lost the cd key for. I purchased a new laptop and want to install it. How can i look at my old laptop and find the activation key. I am assuming its stored in the registry but can't find it.
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Question by:adamshields
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Your out of luck.

Also, Money has been unsupported for a while now, you should move to quicken, or something. Quicken can open your money file, last time I checked.
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Install this on your old computer:

http://pcsupport.about.com/od/productkeysactivation/gr/keyfinderthing.htm

This will find your Microsoft Money key.
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