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Ok, I installed OEM winxp (OEM bought it myself, not well installed on PC) on my bootcamp, enabled everything, then tried vmware mix only to find out that I can’t re-enable… The problem discussed earlier.
So if I bought the retail version instead, I could re-activate in VMware Fusion (after installing the VMware tools, adjusting the memory size, etc.), but it wouldn’t trigger my dilemma related to bootcamp, right?
My idea is that I have another OEM copy of winxp that I don’t usually use myself, but I figured things that when I enter that product are in the bootcamp partition with access to merge with the main winxp. . will it work? Won’t using two different product keys running in the merge and bootstrap sections mess things up?
Also, has anyone managed to re-enable the OEM through Fusion with the courtesy of – call the customer who ms you want to service???
I know the best way to get a PhD with this. Windows XP works greatmelts in bootcamp, but I want it to work in Fusion too. And I don’t want to waste my original Windows XP manufacturer product key if I don’t have one (better than buying the full transcript after buying two OEMs)