Although there are differences between the CDs of different editions of Windows XP, there's never anything on the...
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CD itself that you could use to determine its CD key.
If you have Windows XP running and want to find out what product key was used for that installation, a freeware program called ProduKey can help you find that information. The utility recovers Windows XP product key information for Microsoft Office as well.
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