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Licenses Key Enter Via Keyboard. Error after installing Windows Mobile 5

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Once you update my Hand Held device Honewell 9500 Windows 2003 to Windows Mobile 5 I presented this screen where I requested a Key Lincese
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Licenses Key Enter Via Keyboard.
Serial Number - 000196357
Current Key - 3833811866
Mask-0x02 License

Enter Decimal Then ENT Key License Key (ESC to quit)
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Are you sure its possible? ... Please check with your manufacturer first whether its possible to upgrade your device to WM5 or not. because unlike OS upgrade for PC , OS  upgrade for PPC is not that straightforward. its pretty much device dependent.
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