|23 Jan 2010||#5|
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You cannot. Microsoft specifically talked about this. I cannot remember the source though >.<
But I wanted to do install both 32 nd 64 on my computer and I investigated the activation thing. I think it was on Microsoft's forums technet or someting that stated clearly that it was illegal...
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