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I have Windows XP Home installed on my MacBook. I want to know if I am able to Upgrade to Windows XP Media Center since I already have Windows XP SP2 installed on my MacBook?
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There has already been a topic about this.

RIGHT HERE.

EDIT: If you want more information about your topic then just search "windows media center" on the forums.
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hmm... if you read the manual, like so many people here tend not to, you would read that ONLY Windows XP Home and Pro edition with SP2 on a single installation disk will work.

So, unfortunately, no you can't. Unless maybe that link has more clues.

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