Product Code


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Paul

My hard drive crashed a week ago, and with it the email from Intuit with my
license info. Intuit technical support gave me the license # after I
supplied the order #, but they wouldn't give me the product code. I am
trying to install Quick Books 2005 Basic. Hoping that someone has the
product code handy.

Thank you.
 
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Paul said:
My hard drive crashed a week ago, and with it the email from Intuit with
my license info. Intuit technical support gave me the license # after I
supplied the order #, but they wouldn't give me the product code. I am
trying to install Quick Books 2005 Basic. Hoping that someone has the
product code handy.
The product codes are individual to each licensed copy. They are printed on
a sticker on the envelope your software came in. If you don't have the
original envelope, you can use the Intuit website to request a new product
code.

Here is a link that explains how to obtain the codes necessary to re-install
your product.
http://search.intuit.com/KCS/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=http--wwwquickbookscom-support-faqs-qb2005-120942html&sliceId=&dialogID=1237483
 
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Victor Roberts

My hard drive crashed a week ago, and with it the email from Intuit with my
license info. Intuit technical support gave me the license # after I
supplied the order #, but they wouldn't give me the product code. I am
trying to install Quick Books 2005 Basic. Hoping that someone has the
product code handy.

Thank you.
While this will not help Paul now, it should remind everyone of the
need to make regular backups. In this case, even one backup would have
helped.
 
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Victor Roberts said:
While this will not help Paul now, it should remind everyone of the
need to make regular backups. In this case, even one backup would have
helped.
Not necessarily. The OP's problem was related to a hard-drive 'crash'. He
may very well have backups for his QB data. His post was entirely unrelated
to re-creating lost data. A hardware failure requires a re-installation of
all software. Most software products have installation and registration
codes that are either supplied with the disk, or generated upon
installation. These codes must be written down and saved (I use a notebook
next to my computer).
 
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Victor Roberts

Not necessarily. The OP's problem was related to a hard-drive 'crash'. He
may very well have backups for his QB data. His post was entirely unrelated
to re-creating lost data. A hardware failure requires a re-installation of
all software. Most software products have installation and registration
codes that are either supplied with the disk, or generated upon
installation. These codes must be written down and saved (I use a notebook
next to my computer).
The installation code is stored in the QB directory. If he had a full
system backup he could have restored his complete system, including
all the files in the QB program directory and the program would be
there and would be registered.
 
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Drake

Victor Roberts said:
The installation code is stored in the QB directory. If he had a full
system backup he could have restored his complete system, including
all the files in the QB program directory and the program would be
there and would be registered.
Or better yet, a CDR with the setup file and all neccessary numbers in a
text file.

Drake
 

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