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Two ways to get Windows 10 Home OEM Product Key

  1. Open Notepad.
  2. Copy and paste the following text into the Notepad window
Option Explicit  
 
Dim objshell,path,DigitalID, Result  
Set objshell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") 
'Set registry key path 
Path = "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\" 
'Registry key value 
DigitalID = objshell.RegRead(Path & "DigitalProductId") 
Dim ProductName,ProductID,ProductKey,ProductData 
'Get ProductName, ProductID, ProductKey 
ProductName = "Product Name: " & objshell.RegRead(Path & "ProductName") 
ProductID = "Product ID: " & objshell.RegRead(Path & "ProductID") 
ProductKey = "Installed Key: " & ConvertToKey(DigitalID)  
ProductData = ProductName  & vbNewLine & ProductID  & vbNewLine & ProductKey 
'Show messbox if save to a file  
If vbYes = MsgBox(ProductData  & vblf & vblf & "Save to a file?", vbYesNo + vbQuestion, "BackUp Windows Key Information") then 
   Save ProductData  
End If 
 
 
 
'Convert binary to chars 
Function ConvertToKey(Key) 
    Const KeyOffset = 52 
    Dim isWin8, Maps, i, j, Current, KeyOutput, Last, keypart1, insert 
    'Check if OS is Windows 8 
    isWin8 = (Key(66) \ 6) And 1 
    Key(66) = (Key(66) And &HF7) Or ((isWin8 And 2) * 4) 
    i = 24 
    Maps = "BCDFGHJKMPQRTVWXY2346789" 
    Do 
           Current= 0 
        j = 14 
        Do 
           Current = Current* 256 
           Current = Key(j + KeyOffset) + Current 
           Key(j + KeyOffset) = (Current \ 24) 
           Current=Current Mod 24 
            j = j -1 
        Loop While j >= 0 
        i = i -1 
        KeyOutput = Mid(Maps,Current+ 1, 1) & KeyOutput 
        Last = Current 
    Loop While i >= 0  
     
    If (isWin8 = 1) Then 
        keypart1 = Mid(KeyOutput, 2, Last) 
        insert = "N" 
        KeyOutput = Replace(KeyOutput, keypart1, keypart1 & insert, 2, 1, 0) 
        If Last = 0 Then KeyOutput = insert & KeyOutput 
    End If     
     
 
    ConvertToKey = Mid(KeyOutput, 1, 5) & "-" & Mid(KeyOutput, 6, 5) & "-" & Mid(KeyOutput, 11, 5) & "-" & Mid(KeyOutput, 16, 5) & "-" & Mid(KeyOutput, 21, 5) 
    
     
End Function 
'Save data to a file 
Function Save(Data) 
    Dim fso, fName, txt,objshell,UserName 
    Set objshell = CreateObject("wscript.shell") 
    'Get current user name  
    UserName = objshell.ExpandEnvironmentStrings("%UserName%")  
    'Create a text file on desktop  
    fName = "C:\Users\" & UserName & "\Desktop\WindowsKeyInfo.txt" 
    Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") 
    Set txt = fso.CreateTextFile(fName) 
    txt.Writeline Data 
    txt.Close 
End Function 
  1. Save the file as BackupWindowsKey.vbs
  2. Open your vbs file
  3. Your product key is displayed and you have option to save it to a file if you would like.

Thanks and Credit to tkaserg at Winaeroa see screenshots here if required. https://winaero.com/blog/how-to-view-your-product-key-in-windows-10-windows-8-and-windows-7/

I used this VBS script on my p2 max to check that the product key matched the one generated by their “Systeminfo” file obtained from their “Bios Version Number Check Tool” - It matched.

The other way is to simply download the GPD Bios Version Number Check tool and run it. It will also display other SystemInfo including OEM product key.

Thanks.

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