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From win2000 to xp


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I'm going to change my operatiing system to windows xp. I was just wondering if you could help me and suggest something in case that somethng goes wrong.
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Back up your important files
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its illeagal to dpwnload a product key right?
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It's legal to download one.. But you only use it if the other person (who actually owns the key) isn't using it.
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so i won't get to trouble if i use one..
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The chance is low.. :tazz:
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