New Motherboard

  Hanx1953 12:00 17 Oct 2006
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In the latest issue a letter from Jon A stated that a new motherboard would mean a new copy of Windows XP.
I found out at click here
You CAN reconfigure your Legal version of OS.

Hope this helps.... Dave

  Stuartli 14:05 17 Oct 2006

>>a new motherboard would mean a new copy of Windows XP.>>

Nonsense.

XP doesn't always "take" to a new motherboard so, immediately after installing the motherboard, you should reboot from the XP disk and undertake an XP Repair.

See:

click here

for details (saves me typing it all out).

I've had two new motherboards in the last 12 months and the XP Repair each time has sidestepped any potential problems.

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