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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer
    Okayyyy..... I have seen that thread, but I am not sure how it helps with my question.... other than maybe obtaining XP (but that would be illegal and bad, and I wouldn't do that.... ).....

    And actually I already have two legally pirchased copies of XP, it is the "authorization" stuff that keeps me from putting it on the CarPC (for more than 30 days).....

    But thanks for the thought...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer
    XP PRO doesn't need activation
    huh? no legal version of XP doesn't have activation

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    Ah, maybe I see where you are going with this Enforcer... maybe if I went to that link I could see a copy of Corporate XP and be amazed by the fact that I could then go buy it and install it with out having to worry about activation... as opposed to illegally obtaining if from someone else and cheating MS out of there rightful revenues....

    Am I getting your point????

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    Not sure what you are getting at, but I am mearly suggesting that having a corporate version allows you to 'move' it from one PC to another without worrying about the activation issue. Or if you tend to change the components in your PC alot (like I do) it can also allow you to do that.

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