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Installing XP home over XPoffice

I have a computer with XP office O.S. that can not be authenicated. I have an original disc of XP home registered in my name, can I install the home edition over the office XP without problems?

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Actually this was answered in the XP Forum.
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xp product key

Thanks for your answer, have one question. On the info to reset in #3 it says type in new product key (Corporate one only). I have a home edition product key, will this work?

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