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fleamailman

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Ok, my friend has just bought a copy of XP pro because he got caught by WGA,

my questions are:
- if I change the number of the license with magicjellybean and then activate the new license would it work, steps please
- if I put the CD in the computer and install will it offer me a the choice of guarding his stuff, I imagine so but my boss is very touchy about jumping into doing things like this
- if I use partition magic, creating a new partition, hiding the xp partition and then install a new, I imagine I will have his data, outlook express details but the programs will have to be reinstalled
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Howdy:

HERE is how Microsoft tells you to do it.

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thanks, I have just tried the link and program works well, saved a lot of effort by asking here, thanks again
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No problem. Glad we could help.

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