Oh, FFS what next? 7 is de-activated...

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  1.    #31

    There are no keys for 6956 (or anything past 6801). There is no reason to worry about it. None of us will be using the builds that we are when the rearm doesnt work 120 days from now. Not even the Microsoft employees have these builds "activated".
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       #32

    It's not the beta that concerns me, it's the constant de-activation of Vista every time I do a fresh beta install
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  3.    #33

    Yeah, sorry I guess my comment was a bit more at the other replies. That really is a sad deal you got there with the dual boot mess.
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       #34

    No worries mate :)

    It's more of a PITA than anything, having to install two OS instead of just one
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       #35

    smarteyeball said:
    Nope. With my Vista I *ahem* don't have to enter a key, nor do I use cracks or activators.

    I've probably said too much now...
    Well, it was just a thought.
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       #36

    Ex_Brit said:
    Well, it was just a thought.

    No problems mate. Ideas are always welcome :)
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