"John Barnes" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Who's William?
> I Rau, whom I answered asked
> If I install the 64 bit version of Vista and then after a while if I find
> that I don't like it or it is not compatible with my software or hardware,
> can I remove it from my system and then install the 32-bit version with
> same P/N since the box will contain both versions?
> It is perfectly acceptable to install one version, uninstall it and
> install the other version with the same pk
> "Rock" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> "William" wrote
>> Can you create a dual boot with the 32 and 64 bit versions using the same
>> PK? Would it be against the rules even though you would only be running
>> only one at a time?
>> No, it's one installation per product key, same as with XP.
Who is John Barnes?
I don't know who this particular William is, but someone using the name
William asked the above quoted question in this thread. Why are you asking
me this? Who is John Barnes?
Rock [MVP - User/Shell]