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bootcamp xp home sp2 oem?


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can i buy an oem, or i may already have one and install that via bootcamp or does it have to be the full box set lot.

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Nar OEM will work fine, I used an OEM version myself make sure it's sp2 though saves any hassle.

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will this oem be ok?

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/114048/rb/23089063661
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Most definately, I installed an OEM of SP2 Home lastnight 100% perfect.
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