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TheHNIC

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I'm trying o install Vista on my grandfathers computer, but he doesn't havea dvd drive. I went to the site where I can order the cd version, but it is asking me for is credit card info. Does anybody know if he will be charged fo the cd version?
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Yes
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You have to pay for Vista.
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Put a DVD player in your grandfather's computer...that would be way cheaper than buying another copy of Vista.

You do have a licensed version to install on his machine, don't you? You can only install Vista on one machine with the key that comes with it. You can, however, purchase additional licenses from Microsoft if you need them.
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