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hi there

yes you can use windows vista upgrade..........
first you have to install it as a custum install
then once that is done and you are in windows visata
install it again as an upgrade
then install the key code during the upgrade not the
custum install
it work i have vista ultimate upgrade on my imac and it works fine

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