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Old May 27th 06, 04:41 PM
allan allan is offline
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hi there ,,, i should guess that this as been asked many times before ,,, but here goes ,,,,, having installed a legal copy of xp home full type.... on my pc ,, all good so far , updates etc,, etc ,, what i need to ask is,,, if i install it on my laptop, aswell will i be able to without any problems ie activating , reg, etc , and so on ..................... any help with this little problem would come in very handy ,,, many thanks allan.................................

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