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Hard Drive and Microsoft Office
So, my cousins hard drive decided to crash one day so he took it to Best Buy (mistake) because it was under warranty, they ran a test (doubtful) and said that his hard drive was corrupt. They put in a new one and gave him the old one back. I hooked it up to my computer via USB and everything came up perfectly. My question is this, how do I get the Microsoft Office product key from that hard drive?
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