Office is the only Microsoft product, that I am aware of,
where you could install a another copy on a laptop
with the same key, and not be in violation of the EULA.
It may be just "two computers", and doesn't specify "laptop"
I'm not sure of the wording.
Actually, you can install Windows OneCare on three
computers with the same license.
But, you will need another Vista key for your laptop.
"Manuel Nonaca" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
At 12:00PM I started a Vista Ultimate upgrade which took approximately 2.5 hours, actually it
was more like 1.5 hours and the other 1 hour was finding drivers
for my Intel SATA raid
controller and my 3Com SOHO NIC card. Lessons learned:
a.. have drivers
ready when ask or you better have another pc up and running to fetch them
(.5 hrs lost).
b.. if you are un-sure of the type of hardware, i.e., a NIC card after pulling the card out
to id it's type don't forget to plug the LAN cable back in (.5 hrs lost).
Other then the minor issues mention Vista Ultimate is up and running and now the preverberial
question, I thought I did a clean installed but I notice there is still a directory call
'windows.old'. Was this a clean install or do I need to do an installed from the DVD? Great
OS and I am not sure if it was luck because I am not having major problems like most of the
post on this NG. One more question like XP is it OK to install the OS on my personal laptop
(second PC) or do I need to purchase another copy?
MIS/M University of Phoenix Online
Clovis, CA (PST)