Need License number of windows 8 OS

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I recently purchased a new desktop HP Pavilion P2 1403in which is having windows 8 OS for my small business.  I need the license number of the OS. Please let me know how to get the same as its very urgent.

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LolaBelle
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What do you mean, the activation key? If you bought it new, it should already be usable. If it is a pirated copy, well, then there is your problem, and you will need to buy a legit copy of Windows. Here is Microsoft’s guide to determining whether you have counterfeit software. It also includes a link to report counterfeit software, which may also be of use to you. 

jimlynch
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This page might be helpful from Microsoft's Windows support site:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/why-activate-windows

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