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Don1D
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I need a copy of my Windows product key my computer's less than a week old and my kids got it hacked

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I bought a brand new computer a week ago my kids got into it it got hacked and my Microsoft account got deleted but I have everything else I have the box and the computer here and I've registered it and it's under warranty I just need my Windows activation key is there any way

 

 

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@Don1D 

 

You don't need Windows 10 key to activate. It will automatically activate itself using the key which is embedded in BIOS of your machine. You can re-install Windows many times and no need to activate.

 

Can you access to your machine now ? If you wish, you can use the following tool to "see" Windows 10 key on your machine

              

           https://www.magicaljellybean.com/keyfinder/


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BH
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