> stated like a true MS bleeding heart
No MS bleeding heart, just answering the question.
Do you have a better correct and legal answer?
I always liked this post from Fred Retread.
Quote:> It's sorta like saying
I promise (with your fingers crossed)
Quote:> changing your mind afterwards.
Yep, you accept an agreement then you break it. You could theoretically be
found out and sued to force compliance, but apparently that ain't gonna
happen. So you're left to deal with it in the temple of your soul. Either
such things don't matter to you at all, or you find some rationalization.
Either way, if you're not a complete psychopath, you can't escape paying
with a sense of loss of integrity. Less integrity means less self-esteem,
and with less self-esteem your capacity to enjoy everthing in life is
diminished. There's no workaround for that law, and no place to hide from
is intended in the editorial sense above.
Michael Stevens MS-MVP XP
>> -----Original Message-----
>>> Currently I am running three PC's:
>>> #1: Laptop with XP Home OEM
>>> #2: Desktop with ME OEM
>>> #3: Desktop with 98 SE
>>> Would it be legal for me to buy full version of professional and
>>> install it on #1. Then install home version on #2 (or would this not
>>> be possible as it is a oem). Finally install ME on #3.
>>> Any comments/suggestions would be gratefully received,
>> According to the EULA, this is not possible. OEM versions are tied
>> to the original system they are installed to.
>> Michael Stevens MS-MVP XP