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You can use something like UltraISO to make an .iso file of your current disc. Then go in and delete the ei.cfg file, and reburn the .iso to a new disc. When you boot from the disc, you'll be given a choise of which OS to install. Assuming your key is legit, it will work if you choose to install Professional.
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