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Windows Vista not genuine

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:) Hi...I have my laptop 4 months ago and now i cant use it in a normal way....

I have windows vista home premium on my hp laptop....then after this my husband upgraded it into windows vista ultimate co'z the upgrade disc was with the package when we both the laptop...but after a month we upgraded i into ultimate we can use it in a normal way....and one day....just a sudden...i log in on and type my password and after that theres a message of options for activating my windows....I tried retyping my product key that in the back of my laptop and it only says..."your product key is invalid"....i said "How this happen"....and theres an option that i can i can use the internet browser for me to order for windows vista but the features of windows will not be show only the browser...so now i dont know wat to do....i can only use the internet browser to check my emails and go to some websites i want.....

Please...can anybody help me...i dont want to buy a windows vista disc...coz it cost a lot....
I appreciate any help....
please help me
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You bought Vista Home Premium. Your activation key only works with that version of Vista. When you upgrade to another Version, you have to buy the key to activate that version...

Vista has several versions, one key will not work for all.
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