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Can i use myWindows7 Pro product key on another language cd?

i have purchased Arabic OEM Windows 7 Professional ...

can i use the product key on English windows 7 professional ?

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The keys are not interchangeable. But you could have found this out by trying?

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i don't want to lose time on trying.

any idea ?

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You may have missed it.

The answer was No, the product keys are not interchangeable.


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The answer was no.

What more ideas do you need?


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language change

can i change the display language to the English ?

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Re: language change

Probably not. There are 'language packs' for the USA version of Windows, but I doubt if there's an English language pack for an Arabic version. But why not contact Microsoft sales dept? They should know both their products and the price.


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thanks my friend for your answers,

actually, i search about this issue on Microsoft site.

but they said you can't change the language unless if you have Ultimate or Enterprise editions.

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one more thing

i heard about program called (Vistalizor).

the program can change the language but the user will face a activation problem, even if he use the original windows.

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I've heard of that app. Look at that again and ask its AUTHOR if that is true or not.

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