Fallout 3 PC Activation Key

Discussion in 'PC Support Archive' started by Anonymous Joey, Jan 28, 2009 with 3 replies and 233 views.

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  1. Anonymous Joey

    Anonymous Joey Enthusiast

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    I just purchased Fallout for the PC at my local Best Buy.
    I put it in my DVD drive, and it asked my to purchase the product again.

    I noticed in the bottom right corner, "Already paid? Click here."
    Doing so I now noticed they requested me to enter a email and activation key.

    Looking in my case that Fallout 3 came with, I noticed NO key.


    Panicking, I looked everywhere for an activation key, in the case the manual, on the disk, hidden under the paper on the front of the case, my receipt, everywhere.

    I then noticed "Do not have activation key? Click here"
    I clicked on it and they wanted an email and Credit Card number.

    I entered both and get this "No Purchase Record Found"


    Can ANYBODY explain to me what the hell is going on? I do not know where to get an activation key, I have called both Bethesda AND Best Buy and they both were closed.
    I usually like to be the know-it-all guy but at this point, I am beyond confused.
    Is this just an unlucky day or am I missing something?

    I will greatly appreciate any help AT ALL.
     
  2. Haxalot88

    Haxalot88 VIP VIP

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    It's on the back of the manual. Look at the bottom of the back, there should be a white box with a key printed on it.
     
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    Anonymous Joey

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    There is a few numbers and letters but it is not in a white box :.(
    I'll try it.

    Nothing, didn't work. Thanks anyway Haxalot :smile:
     
  4. Holy Ownage

    Holy Ownage Getting There

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    Pre-owned?
    Was it sealed when you got it.

    I could see people just keeping the manuals to games aside, as quite a few games can be activated by Steam and/or re-downloaded if you contact the developers.
     
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