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I'm not scared, I'm being cautious because I don't want to wind up wasting a bunch of time, energy and money

I think it's exactly what you are doing since 2 days.

Make it "4 days".

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(2) You could just lie to us and say you did it.

Or he could well have already have run it, but pretend he hasn't just for the fun of making the little bastards on the board upset about this ;):whistle:

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I'm getting ready to clone my netbook's hdd over to a new Intel SSD (using Intel's included software), and I need to be sure I won't be prompted to reactivate my OEM copy of WinXP.

I'm still not 100% clear on this issue

Which OEM copy do you use? Whch XP version do you use?

Which hardware do you use?

Do you use XP installed from the netbook manufacturer? XP will stay activated as for 99.999% Nobody can guarentee 100%

BTW OS manufacturer offers: Preserving OEM Pre-Activation when Re-installing Windows XP

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb457078.aspx

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