|26 Jun 2009||#3|
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If they do the same thing they did for Vista, there will be 2 discs, each with their own CD key. There should also be a piece of paper or something else to state "only one of these discs can be installed on one system at any time. Use of one disc means you cannot use the other disc to be installed on another or the same computer."
I wish I could find the paper I had from the Vista discs I got...
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