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install xp media center using xp pro disk


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chris.nichols

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Iam currently reformatting 2 older laptops. They run XP Media center for which I have the product keys. However I do not have the disk. I do have XP pro. Can I sue that with the Media center product key ? I dont think so but maybe there is a way ya'll know. If not where can I get a disk, I work on computers in my spare time and have several install disks to redo comps. Media Center would be a good edition to have.

Any help would be appreciated. my email is Edit: Unless you REALLY like getting spam, you should NEVER post your email address in an open forum .
Have a good day

Chris

Edited by dsenette, 08 February 2010 - 02:04 PM.

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no you cannot install media center with an xp pro disk.
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