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Transfer one OS to another tower


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Is it possible/legal for me to take my Media Center 2005 XP and tranfer it to another tower with a different OS?
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Depends is it a OEM if so no. If it is a retail copy of MCE then yes however it can only run on one computer at a time. Anotherwords you will have to wipe the Computers Drive. Just to be safe when you install read the EULA from Microsoft there is a secton there about it.
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OEM...MCE?
I might just wait for Ubuntu to arrive...
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I apologize I should not use actonyms OEM stands for Origional Equipment Manufacture MCE stands for Midea center Edition.
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thanks....I've decided to use Ubuntu on the second one to avoid any legal issues/installation problems...I don't have an installation CD...all I have is the i386 folder...anyway, thanks
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