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Windows 7: Repair tech installed a boot program

27 May 2013   #11
mohavepc

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

You shouldn't have to buy office again if you saved the key. I assume you installed from either a download or purchased from the preinstalled trial. Either way they emailed you a key provided you gave them a valid email. Just reinstall with the key they sent. if you can't find the key the log into office online Microsoft Office 2010 Backup - Office.com and get a copy of your product key. *again providing you gave them a valid email address*.


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