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rshaffer61

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Illegal and against Microsoft's Eula.
You cannot use the same key on two systems at the same time.
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As rshaffer has explained, you may not install the same copy of XP on two different PCs with the same key simultaneously. These aren't arbitrary rules we're setting forth; we're enforcing the EULA for Microsoft's product. He's offered you a solution for getting a new copy of XP for the Dell, which is to contact Dell and ask for a new disk. Post #9 explains this quite well. Once you do that, you can indeed download all the drivers from their site; if you enter the service tag, they'll even tell you which ones are appropriate for the system. We will not help you bypass this issue in any way; we will, however, help you do this legally. It's your choice.
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