heybob, I know I sound like a worn out record, but since you got it off ebay, even if the seller didn't know you needed a CD Key, basically, they sold you a defective product and they should be willing to refund your money. You could also take it up with ebay, or your credit card company if you paid by credit card (even through paypal).
I don't think it should matter that they don't know that you need the CD Key, it's basically, "not as advertised." Essentially, it didn't come with the software.
I don't know if Easy VHS to DVD 3 supports the older device, but what you show above is the "Upgrade" package for Easy VHS to DVD 3, which I believe requires that you already have the basic package installed.
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