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:confused:I need to find my computer's "Machine Code." but I dont know where to look. Can you help me find it? Here's an example of the machine code im looking for. (EXAMPLE: C 1000 1000 1000 1000.)
Thank You:mrgreen:

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That's a totally nonsensical question, what are you trying to do? Machine code is the very low-level instruction set that your computer's processor uses.
Are you looking to learn how to program in an assembly language?

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Perhaps he meant a computer's serial number?

Anyway, stating your problem better would be a start to say the least, and by the way if you're planning to write in machine code or assembly, I hope you've had some previous experience in programming, such as C/C++, Java, .NET, etc..

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(EXAMPLE: C 1000 1000 1000 1000.)

I bought a program called SIBELIUS 3. In order to register it I need my computer's Machine Code to get the registration code. See that example above? Thats what it shows in the keygen program that came with sibelius 3. I built my computer from differet parts, so I can't contact my computer manufatere, because I don't know who and where that's at. So if you can help me, that would be great. Thanks.

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Why are you using a keygen when you've bought the software?

You should contact the people who created the software, perhaps they will provide you with an activation code.

Computers come with all sorts of different codes & serial numbers for the individual hardware and software components, but fitting these components together doesn't give you some sort of magical code for your whole computer - that just doesn't exist. Perhaps you're after the product key or OEM number which comes with Windows (should be printed on the CD Case of your windows CD, or in the form of a sticky label)

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Why are you using a keygen when you've bought the software?

:confused:I could be asking myself that same question, but I dont know, the keygen came along with the program on the disc. Thanks for all your help and taking your time to read my thread and help me. I have found what I was looking for and now I can start my work with that program. Thanks again.:mrgreen:

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:confused:I could be asking myself that same question, but I dont know, the keygen came along with the program on the disc. Thanks for all your help and taking your time to read my thread and help me. I have found what I was looking for and now I can start my work with that program. Thanks again.:mrgreen:

hi, n00b here! rite i have 'purchased' sibelius 3 as-well but for the life of me i cant remember where the machine code is! can you give us the answer please? (OS-Vista home premium)

thanks
user726

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when the program asks you to register, select "REGISTER BY PHONE OR FAX" not over the internet, than on the next page, almost at the bottom, there should be the machine code...

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when the program asks you to register, select "REGISTER BY PHONE OR FAX" not over the internet, than on the next page, almost at the bottom, there should be the machine code...

thanks :cool:

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No, Machine Code means the ID that is assigned to your computer. When you give the software company your Machine Code they will in return give you a license number that will only work on that computer.
A product key is assigned to software, Machine Code is assinged to computers.

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