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Windows 7: Change letter of the boot drive or the system drive

12 Oct 2012   #61
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Windows xp pro 32+ Windows 7 pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker View Post
You need to have a separate license for each one.


How are you activating Win7? _I have not activated yet. It's a copy from the SAT____________________________

Is this for testing purposes? Yes ___ No ____ . I am testing the features of windows 7, of course. But this is not for testing purposes. I hope answer your question.

Please explain exactly why you want to have several Win7 installs on same PC:
It's my trauma with xp and my custom.
My only explanation is have specialized system for purposes : leisure, work, proofs, general,......
In the past I have take advantage os parallel system fighting the viruses.
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Really I have to buy more than a one license ?


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12 Oct 2012   #62
gregrocker

 

For those reasons I don't think it's worth running multiple copies of Win7, for which you'd need to buy a license for each to be legal anyway.

Why not concentrate on using the Best Practices, methods and tools to obtain and maintain a perfect Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 which are the same as for retail.
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13 Oct 2012   #63
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Windows xp pro 32+ Windows 7 pro
 
 

I'll try my very best.
Best Regards

I think this post is drived in multiples ways, but always in the best way we can.
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15 Oct 2012   #64
DeaconFrost

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2 View Post
Most of us have 3 or 4 o/s installed don't we?
Sure...virtually installed. VMs run at pretty much native speeds now. My comments where that there's no reason to run the same OS on the computer. You get 30 days *cough* 120 days *cough* to test out the OS, before you need to activate it for good, assuming it is Windows 7.
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