Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC
From what I understand;
The $199 would be to activate the license for a second PC is what I understand;
I do have a recovery/ restore CD for the product that was included at purchase.
I did post another comment since that first one with the $199 question, and hope that you got that.
Since then, I did a little research on pricing, and there appear to be few alternatives to the $199. The only instances where the pricing was lower appear to be either original or SP1 versions, which would require substantially more time on your part to update. So, I think it is a choice between reverting using the restore CD, or unfortunately paying the $199. In either case, I would recommend doing a full backup of at least your data files, and any other software that you may not have handy, just in case something goes wrong with the solution. Best of luck!
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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