Vista product key is not validating

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And, I'm sorry to have to bother most of you with the following, but I know I'll get the questions if I don't: Leo A.Notenboom has been playing with computers since he was required to take a programming class in 1976.

Any CD will do, but it's your possession of a unique product key that verifies you as having purchased a legitimate copy of the product. Microsoft is fairly vague on the details of "product activation", but it's likely that one of the things it checks is that the product key you entered is unique, and not already in use by someone else, or on another machine.

CD Keys for one product or version of a product will not work with others.

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