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help me

i am thinking of buying a legal copy of windows xp home(coz only it fits my pocket).
but i am used to install windows once in every month or two. does it interfere with genuinity anyway.
i know i can install it only on one pc but what if i change my hardware like processor or motherboard or ram etc.
plz guys help me out

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The full retail version has "full rights."

Unlike some other versions, Microsoft won't cut you off.

-> But that's a bad sign. Reloading the OS monthly is a sure sign something horrible is happening.

Bob

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So does the Update/upgrade. . .

I used the XP upgrade on two of my machines running W98SE. Absolutely no problem. I've added RAM, slave HDs, replaced a HD and used the clone feature of the HD software, added video card, added Firewire card, and replaced a motherboard. Zero problems.

A clean machine is essential, and updates in the proper order.

Wayne

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Upgrade..

Yes, and is typically cheaper. By the way, nice page you have going, Cnet faces, etc...Is this for all Cnet members or just staff? Either way, nice job.

Paul

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Everyone is welcome. . .

Wanna join? Email me from my site and include a picture.

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Thanks

thanks for the help bob but i think it needs reloading coz i am using a pirated version for 6 months and this must be corrected with genuine windows

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Pirated...

What's in your future? No help here.


Paul

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You are right

Using a pirate copy of the OS means you will get little help in these forums.

As soon as you buy a legitimate copy of XP and install it, come back if you have any problems.

Until then I am locking this thread.

Mark

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