ALSO KeyFinderInstaller may help.… It gives this…. – CD Key: 12345-67890-09876-54321
ELSE There is a possibility of finding the same value in the Registry.... USING RegEdit the key is listed below and it’s content also shown. Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\SoftwareProtectionPlatform
Three different names for the same value in 3 different software methods.
Then when you have all the info, Belarc Advisor may also help, it may well help you avoid any whoopsies.
Thank you so much for these links. that was very easy with first link, and verified more information. I don't think you missed my point, what i didn't state, was how to check up on, if my windows 10 key has been, for lack of better words acknowledged by either HP or Micorosoft. that's my goal to find that out.
To be clear, years ago, when i had first got my windows 7 desktop, you had to report the key number on the machine, or in a few weeks, you would not be able to use the machine for not reporting it in, that's the whoopsie i am trying to avoid. In some article i read, it stated if you have internet connection, it would be done automatically, but that sounds so presumptuous to me. I want to do it right before any problems occur. What i did so far was register my product with the oem to HP. I don't know if that's enough? I would hate to call sales team to get a human over there, if thats even possible right now. No card in box to fill out and send by mail.
Can you advise what i need to check up on to make sure all is well?