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The problem with this type of activasion is what happens if Virtual Acorn stop trading or decide to not support an old version. I have always been reluctant to go to Windows XP for the same reason. Not that Microsoft are likely to go out of business, but they may well turn round and say we no longer support XP so we don't issue activation keys anymore.

 is a RISC OS UserJwoody on 30/4/06 10:59AM
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