|27 Mar 2010||#2|
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There's no harm in trying. At the very most, it'll tell you the key is invalid. Here's the thing; most OEM installations don't just use keys. There's a special marker, or string, embedded in the BIOS that they look for. VMWare/Virtual PC provide their own virtual BIOS, so it may or may not work. I think according to the EULA it should be allowed.
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