Recovery CD to reinstall Win 98 on a Portege 3110

I had to use the recovery on my Portege 3110 CD but can't find the registration key of Windows (this is * not * affixed to the computer by the seller [who is an authorized dealer of Toshiba] and I can't find in all the documents that I received during the purchase of the computer).

I contacted Toshiba but said they could not help me.

Anyone who has a CD recovery with a valid license of Windows and the key so that I can start working again?



The key for Win 98 was on a label that was printed in the manual.

Kind regards


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