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Windows 7: Installing on more than one machine

13 Feb 2009   #1
treblesum81

Windows 7
 
 
Installing on more than one machine

Hi All,

A quick search didn't provide the answer to this, but I'm curious if Win7 beta copies can be installed on more than one computer, or are they only good for a single machine?

Thanks,
Greg


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13 Feb 2009   #2
mansrm81

Windows 7 Ultimate x64/ Windows Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

Yes up to 3 unless they changed it with a single key.
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13 Feb 2009   #3
sevsman

Vista X64 ultimate/ 7 X64 Ultimate (7264)
 
 

There was only about 10-15 keys given out for the CPP testers which means they're universal.
So if however many thousand people are using the same key i doubt your extra few machines will matter
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13 Feb 2009   #4
killercat

XP pro, Win7 Ultimate x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sevsman View Post
There was only about 10-15 keys given out for the CPP testers which means they're universal.
So if however many thousand people are using the same key i doubt your extra few machines will matter
Right , and here's from the EULA:

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Windows 7 Beta EULA
1. INSTALLATION AND USE RIGHTS.

a. Software License. You may install and use any number of copies of the software on your premises to design, develop and test your programs for use with the software.
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13 Feb 2009   #5
treblesum81

Windows 7
 
 

Thanks for the info, now the question is whether it will work on the next machine or not (see my next thread please)
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13 Feb 2009   #6
ittech

XP/Vista/Windows 7 builld 7000
 
 

the keys are in fact not unique...knock yourself out.
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