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No Product Key Code for Office 2000 Premium

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by CAP, Mar 3, 2010.

  1. CAP

    CAP Flightless Bird

    I bought a used DVD drive from a thrift store which contained an Office 2000
    Premium CD. I do not have a product key code and Office 2000 is no longer
    supported so a key code is not available. I can install the software without
    the code but when I try to use it, the program runs and a popup screen asks
    me for the code. How do I obtain a key code for a product that is no longer
    supported? Can a program like magicaljellybean.com/keyfinder locate the code
    if it was never entered during the installation?
     
  2. DL

    DL Flightless Bird

    You cannot.
    MagicJellyBean will not retrieve an office2k key, even if office has been
    properly installed using the key

    "CAP" <CAP@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:8D998EE4-6528-4CF9-A86B-73CB47FB4EE0@microsoft.com...
    >I bought a used DVD drive from a thrift store which contained an Office
    >2000
    > Premium CD. I do not have a product key code and Office 2000 is no longer
    > supported so a key code is not available. I can install the software
    > without
    > the code but when I try to use it, the program runs and a popup screen
    > asks
    > me for the code. How do I obtain a key code for a product that is no
    > longer
    > supported? Can a program like magicaljellybean.com/keyfinder locate the
    > code
    > if it was never entered during the installation?
     
  3. ybS2okj

    ybS2okj Flightless Bird

    Try these:

    J2MV9-JYYQ6-JM44K-QMYTH-8RB2W
    BG7HQ-K98Q9-GRK83-J6VKM-G3GGY

    Let us know if this helped otherwise Susie will have to help you.



    "CAP" <CAP@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:8D998EE4-6528-4CF9-A86B-73CB47FB4EE0@microsoft.com...
    >I bought a used DVD drive from a thrift store which contained an Office
    >2000
    > Premium CD. I do not have a product key code and Office 2000 is no longer
    > supported so a key code is not available. I can install the software
    > without
    > the code but when I try to use it, the program runs and a popup screen
    > asks
    > me for the code. How do I obtain a key code for a product that is no
    > longer
    > supported? Can a program like magicaljellybean.com/keyfinder locate the
    > code
    > if it was never entered during the installation?
     
  4. ybS2okj

    ybS2okj Flightless Bird

    You could try these as well:

    Microsoft Office 2000 Premium English Disks 1+2
    S/N: V7PTP-H2V4H-XHRTJ-V9FFB-K9GBJ

    Microsoft Office 2000 Premium English Disks 3+4
    S/N: 876-6647255

    J2MV9-JYYQ6-JM44K-QMYTH-8RB2W
    BG7HQ-K98Q9-GRK83-J6VKM-G3GGY

    "ybS2okj" <ybS2okj@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:u2LLfqzuKHA.2436@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
    > Try these:
    >


    > Let us know if this helped otherwise Susie will have to help you.
    >
    >
    >
    > "CAP" <CAP@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:8D998EE4-6528-4CF9-A86B-73CB47FB4EE0@microsoft.com...
    >>I bought a used DVD drive from a thrift store which contained an Office
    >>2000
    >> Premium CD. I do not have a product key code and Office 2000 is no longer
    >> supported so a key code is not available. I can install the software
    >> without
    >> the code but when I try to use it, the program runs and a popup screen
    >> asks
    >> me for the code. How do I obtain a key code for a product that is no
    >> longer
    >> supported? Can a program like magicaljellybean.com/keyfinder locate the
    >> code
    >> if it was never entered during the installation?

    >
    >
     
  5. macropod

    macropod Flightless Bird

    Hi CAP,

    If you use the *pirated* keys being proffered by ybS2okj, don't be surprised if:
    a) they don't work (or soon get disabled by MS); and/or
    b) you get prosecuted for using pirated software.
    If you didn't get a product key with the CD you bought, then all you bought was a CD, not a license to use the software on it. I
    suggest you go back to the store and either get the product key for the CD or a refund.

    --
    Cheers
    macropod
    [Microsoft MVP - Word]


    "CAP" <CAP@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:8D998EE4-6528-4CF9-A86B-73CB47FB4EE0@microsoft.com...
    >I bought a used DVD drive from a thrift store which contained an Office 2000
    > Premium CD. I do not have a product key code and Office 2000 is no longer
    > supported so a key code is not available. I can install the software without
    > the code but when I try to use it, the program runs and a popup screen asks
    > me for the code. How do I obtain a key code for a product that is no longer
    > supported? Can a program like magicaljellybean.com/keyfinder locate the code
    > if it was never entered during the installation?
     
  6. LVTravel

    LVTravel Flightless Bird

    "macropod" <macropod@invalid.invalid> wrote in message
    news:-ONKP$h4uKHA.5812@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
    > Hi CAP,
    >
    > If you use the *pirated* keys being proffered by ybS2okj, don't be
    > surprised if:
    > a) they don't work (or soon get disabled by MS); and/or
    > b) you get prosecuted for using pirated software.
    > If you didn't get a product key with the CD you bought, then all you
    > bought was a CD, not a license to use the software on it. I suggest you go
    > back to the store and either get the product key for the CD or a refund.
    >
    > --
    > Cheers
    > macropod
    > [Microsoft MVP - Word]
    >
    >
    > "CAP" <CAP@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:8D998EE4-6528-4CF9-A86B-73CB47FB4EE0@microsoft.com...
    >>I bought a used DVD drive from a thrift store which contained an Office
    >>2000
    >> Premium CD. I do not have a product key code and Office 2000 is no longer
    >> supported so a key code is not available. I can install the software
    >> without
    >> the code but when I try to use it, the program runs and a popup screen
    >> asks
    >> me for the code. How do I obtain a key code for a product that is no
    >> longer
    >> supported? Can a program like magicaljellybean.com/keyfinder locate the
    >> code
    >> if it was never entered during the installation?

    >


    I suspect that when the OP bought the used DVD drive the original owner is
    now looking for his lost Office 2000 Premium CD. Don't you just hate it
    when you leave a disk in a drive or a piece of paper in an envelope and then
    can't find it a day or two later after you got rid of the carrier.
     
  7. EN59CVH

    EN59CVH Flightless Bird

    macropod wrote:

    > Hi CAP,
    >
    > If you use the *pirated* keys being proffered by ybS2okj, don't be
    > surprised if:
    > a) they don't work (or soon get disabled by MS); and/or
    > b) you get prosecuted for using pirated software.
    > If you didn't get a product key with the CD you bought, then all you
    > bought was a CD, not a license to use the software on it. I suggest
    > you go back to the store and either get the product key for the CD or
    > a refund.
    >

    You are talking completely and utterly rubbish. Office 2000 is no
    longer supported and M$ hasn't got the time to waste on historical software.

    Get your facts pig!
     
  8. macropod

    macropod Flightless Bird

    That just shows how little you know about Microsoft's interest in its intellectual property.

    --
    Cheers
    macropod
    [Microsoft MVP - Word]


    "EN59CVH" <EN59CVH@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:e$wghG%23uKHA.796@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
    > macropod wrote:
    >
    >> Hi CAP,
    >>
    >> If you use the *pirated* keys being proffered by ybS2okj, don't be
    >> surprised if:
    >> a) they don't work (or soon get disabled by MS); and/or
    >> b) you get prosecuted for using pirated software.
    >> If you didn't get a product key with the CD you bought, then all you
    >> bought was a CD, not a license to use the software on it. I suggest
    >> you go back to the store and either get the product key for the CD or
    >> a refund.
    >>

    > You are talking completely and utterly rubbish. Office 2000 is no
    > longer supported and M$ hasn't got the time to waste on historical software.
    >
    > Get your facts pig!
    >
     
  9. Tom Willett

    Tom Willett Flightless Bird

    The pig-licker strikes again!
    : >
    : > Get your facts pig!
    : >
     
  10. macropod

    macropod Flightless Bird

    Not only that, they post this rubbish on a microsoft-hosted server!

    Talk about not being the sharpest knife in the drawer ...

    --
    Cheers
    macropod
    [Microsoft MVP - Word]


    "Tom Willett" <tom@youreadaisyifyoudo.com> wrote in message news:uVHFkuGvKHA.4220@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
    >
    > The pig-licker strikes again!
    > : >
    > : > Get your facts pig!
    > : >
    >
    >
     
  11. EN59CVH

    EN59CVH Flightless Bird

    macropod wrote:
    >
    > That just shows how little you know about Microsoft's interest in its intellectual property.
    >


    This is the garbage you said:

    > a) they don't work (or soon get disabled by MS); and/or


    Now since when did Microsoft start activation system for Office 2000?
    How will they deactivate it if there was no need to activate.

    Piggy strikes back!!
     
  12. EN59CVH

    EN59CVH Flightless Bird

    The -c0ck sucker has struck again with his small dick and smaller brain!


    Tom Willett wrote:
    >
    > The pig-licker strikes again!
    > : >
    > : > Get your facts pig!
    > : >
     
  13. macropod

    macropod Flightless Bird

    MS started product activation with Office 2000, though it wasn't universal ...

    --
    Cheers
    macropod
    [Microsoft MVP - Word]


    "EN59CVH" <EN59CVH@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:4B9189C9.63297E8E@discussions.microsoft.com...
    >
    >
    > macropod wrote:
    >>
    >> That just shows how little you know about Microsoft's interest in its intellectual property.
    >>

    >
    > This is the garbage you said:
    >
    >> a) they don't work (or soon get disabled by MS); and/or

    >
    > Now since when did Microsoft start activation system for Office 2000?
    > How will they deactivate it if there was no need to activate.
    >
    > Piggy strikes back!!
     
  14. EN59CVH

    EN59CVH Flightless Bird

    macropod wrote:
    >
    > MS started product activation with Office 2000, though it wasn't universal ...


    So what is the point of wasting time to deactivate the product keys
    posted on these NG? You were stupid to activate your Office 2k but the
    rest of us didn't and we strongly detest any form of bullying by pigs
    like you.

    If you have anything to do with this then I challenge you to deactivate
    the keys already posted on these NG. The OP will continue using them
    whether you like it or not.

    Go to your mummy now and shut up. Piggy!!! The keys were posted on M$
    NG and they are still there. This indicates that M$ couldn't care less
    about pigs like you.


    hth
     
  15. macropod

    macropod Flightless Bird

    I think you've made it plain enough for all to see just who the real pig is...

    "EN59CVH" <EN59CVH@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:4B92F194.5C572444@discussions.microsoft.com...
    >
    >
    > So what is the point of wasting time to deactivate the product keys
    > posted on these NG? You were stupid to activate your Office 2k but the
    > rest of us didn't and we strongly detest any form of bullying by pigs
    > like you.
    >
    > If you have anything to do with this then I challenge you to deactivate
    > the keys already posted on these NG. The OP will continue using them
    > whether you like it or not.
    >
    > Go to your mummy now and shut up. Piggy!!! The keys were posted on M$
    > NG and they are still there. This indicates that M$ couldn't care less
    > about pigs like you.
    >
    >
    > hth
     
  16. EN59CVH

    EN59CVH Flightless Bird

    macropod wrote:
    >
    > I think you've made it plain enough for all to see just who the real pig is...
    >


    Oh no I am not the pig around here. Pigs are the ones who uses the
    title MVP after their name to indicate they are Microsoft Valuable Pig.
    Do you use MVP after your name?

    They used to be called Microsoft Valuable P e r v e r t s but Microsoft
    decided it was very rude to call their members p e r v e r t s and child
    molesters so now they are called Microsoft Valuable Pigs or MVPs for
    short. Microsoft didn't want its members to be outed under Megan's Law.
     

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