is a Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder fork. It is a utility that retrieves the product key used to install Windows from your registry or from an unbootable Windows installation. It works on Windows 9X, ME, NT/2K/XP, and Vista/Win7 and for other software.
- Office 2010, Office 2007, Vista, & Windows 7 support
- MS Office 2010 key recovery is experimental
- Change Windows Registration information and Product Key
- Portable, settings saved in an INI file
- An optional config file for software serial lookups
- Export found keys to csv, html, ini, or txt.
- Load a registry hive backup
- Can check for program and config file updates
- Command line options
- No software installation
This is a wonderful project. TNX!
Very helpful, fast and easy product!
Nice project! You did a great job. Thank you!
very good project
ekeyfinder works perfectly.
Happy to have found your tool/project but unfortunately it fails to show my Office 2010 (+ Visio 2010) key, no problem with the W7 64 Ultimate key!? For Visio it shows that I'm using a "Volume License Key" which is _true_ (purchased via MS OPEN license program) and might be the reason why it can not be retrieved _but_ my Office 2010 is running on a Dell OEM key. Tried to run "as administrator" (my user account has full rights and UAC is off anyway but...) but that doesn't make a difference. Are there known problems with the still beta Ekeyfinder, am I doing something wrong, or is MS just messing with all of us? ^^ Same problem with the "getmykeysback2" (which indicates it's somehow caused by my MS OS/Office install!?) AND on a second computer used by a colleague but that GMKB2 program retrieves a BS key at least (on both clients) lol But, strange thing is: Nirsoft's "ProduKey" (freeware) and "SIW" (shareware) work both like a charm, even on my computer. Where's the difference? Why do 2 out of 4 work and the others just do not? Thanks for your attention :) Brgds, Thomas