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    Hi all, my son is building a computer for his 18th birthday.
    he will use it for Gaming and his school work.
    he has a pc which is not up to the mark at the moment running windows xp. can he get the student upgrade from microsoft and put it on his new unit without a existing copy of xp on it?

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    Upgrade means you have to have a legitimate copy of windows installed in order to upgrade,

    tonyg1962

    Upgrade means you have to have a legitimate copy of windows installed in … Upgrade means you have to have a legitimate copy of windows installed in order to upgrade,



    Yes but apparently there are ways around it so you can do a clean install

    souljacker

    Yes but apparently there are ways around it so you can do a clean install



    AND RISK ANNOYING A MULTI BILLION £ COMPANY! PAH!

    Original Poster

    souljacker

    Yes but apparently there are ways around it so you can do a clean install


    prey tell more kind sir.

    Original Poster

    thanks guys, 64 bit version coming up.

    ooh, will give that thread a read too.

    I'll be trying it on my new pc, what method did you use? Install it twice?

    Thanks a lot, I'll give that a go when I get it all put together
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