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    Just wondering how many computer can you install Windows Vista on witht the same ID numbers (one copy of Vista)?

    Didn't MS allows you to have more than 1 computer with the retail Vista version?

    Is there a time frame period for activition between each comp?

    Sorry all the questions guys, haven't done this sometime kinda forget :confused:

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    i think its 3, but don't quote me on that

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    well, I installed it on two machines and haven't activate the second long for a long time. Now try to activate it, it tells me its license already installed and activated.

    I think there are a time frame between each activation but I can't remember how far it has to be apart.

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    as far as i know it was three some time ago but a big fuss broke out when it came out that if you change your equipment (not all just mobo or CPU) three times then you have to buy new vista coz the one you registered first time, then it registered all the alterations in your equipment as it would be new PC.... Therefore from what i know it now should be infinite...... but in real life its 10 i think


    and yes there is a time frame but not sure how long ... i think 14 days

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    Ok for example, the same copy I was used on Maximus Formula rig then I upgraded to MIIF. It asked me to activate it when I switched the mobo. Now I use the same Vista to install it on Maximus Formula and when I tried to activate it. It told me to purchase a new copy because the same ID # already activated.

    I though retail version is unlimited, didn't MS change their mind on this?

    So, technically I'm already activated the same ID# at least twice now.
    Shoott, if this is going to cost me $$$ to purchase another license then I might switch back to XP for the second rig. I have a geniune copy of unlimited license.

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    you should ask Gareth, he has alot of experience with having to call MS to get his copies reactivated i believe

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    The Vista license can only ever be activated on one computer at one time. All versions except for OEM versions can be transferred between PCs providing the other computer either gets wiped or a different install which replaced it has occurred, you can't have two computer running with the same product key I am afraid. Basically its almost identical as Windows XP.


    I am not too sure how long the grace period is between installs, but if you ever have to call them, it takes 6 minutes, and you very rarely get to talk to somebody, its all done by computer and is a very easy, painless procedure.


    I hope this answers your question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gareth View Post

    I am not too sure how long the grace period is between installs, but if you ever have to call them, it takes 6 minutes, and you very rarely get to talk to somebody, its all done by computer and is a very easy, painless procedure.
    About my case, I had to call in once when I swapped the mobo and yes I did talk to the machine to report 9 groups of numbers. Then I had to RMA the board, and had to reactivate by online without a hiccup.

    Durring that RMA period, I installed Vista on the second rig without the activation. Now the time is up, tried to activate by phone is no luck. The machine want to transfer me to live a representative so I can purchase a new license.

    I though MS changed the installation permission for the retail version. It allows you to install more than one computer but have to be some much time between each installation. I can be wrong on this.

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    Just found this:

    Microsoft will permit users that have acquired a full or upgrade edition of Windows Vista to install the same copy of the operating system on multiple machines, provided that they own all the additional computers. Sounds just too good to be true. Doesn't it? Well, no. This is the real deal.

    According to the current version of the EULA, customers that have acquired a full or an upgrade license of Windows Vista are permitted to install the operating system on a single PC. Users can transfer Windows Vista to another machine only if they first completely remove the operating system from the PC it was initially installed on. The new Microsoft initiative will enable users to install and activate the same copy of Windows Vista across multiple computers.

    "Windows Vista requires 1 license per device. When attempting to install and activate the same licensed copy of Windows Vista on another PC, activation won't work. When the activation fails, the user is directed to purchase additional licenses online or by phone. Remember, not properly activating Windows Vista will lead to it running in reduced functionality mode, so this new program is a handy way to avoid that situation. With it, customers can use their original Windows Vista media for installation and activate each installation using the newly purchased licenses. This means there's no need to wait for new media to arrive in the mail -- although that option is available in case the original media is lost or otherwise unavailable," revealed Nick White, Microsoft Product Manager.

    The only catch is that Vista customers will have to pay for each of the additional installations of the operating system. Via the Windows Vista Additional License program, Microsoft will allow existing Windows Vista customers to purchase up to 5 additional licenses for just as many PCs. With the five additional licenses, customers will be enabled to deploy a single edition on all other computers they may own. Furthermore, Microsoft will sell these five licenses at a discount price that will be as much as 10% lower compared to the retail price.

    "The program is designed to run through the entire product lifecycle of Windows Vista; thus, no end date has yet been established. Note that other types of licenses such as Volume Licensing, MSDN, TechNet and evaluation copies do not qualify for the Additional License Program," White added.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Just wondering how many computer can you install Windows Vista on witht the same ID numbers (one copy of Vista)?

    Didn't MS allows you to have more than 1 computer with the retail Vista version?

    Is there a time frame period for activition between each comp?

    Sorry all the questions guys, haven't done this sometime kinda forget :confused:
    I have used Vista

    Ultimate on 4 diff computers, and have installed it 6 times so far, but you have to call to reactivate it, lets put it this way, my 780i build, then my 790i, from there to my X48 Rampage build twice because I changed video cards, then processors, same with the 790i, only it was switching from my q6600 to one on the QX9650s.

    Now I am running it on the Rampage 965 build, which I also had to reactive twice, because I sold the X2 , and reinstalled my GTX280s. You do not talk to a live person, but if you do, just say you rebuilt your system, your last one died on you, or that you switched to a core i7 build.

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    The version you buy from the stores you can only put on one computer technically but i think its something like 6 months or a year before that liscense can be reused or something.

    Theres a version you can buy for alot cheaper from Microsoft (not sure about Vista but i know XP is this way) which is called an OEM version i believe that allows you to put it on as many computers as you want but you will never get tech support from Microsoft with it as it considered a manufacturers CD. Basically if you want that type you would have to tell Microsoft that you are building PC's for a couple friends and need a CD or w/e. You would be Tech Support if anything goes wrong with their Windows or if they have questions. Basically its like if you bought a computer from Dell, you cannot call Microsoft for Tech Support you would have to call Dell.
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    So according to Geralt's article, techinically you only can install on 1 machine per license (product ID#) and I know you can activate many time as you want unless it is the same hardware (especially mobo).

    However, Doc D ables to installed on multiple boards. Did you do activation for each machine?

    The version you buy from the stores you can only put on one computer technically but i think its something like 6 months or a year before that liscense can be reused or something.
    This is what I heard too, 3 months or so. I'm not sure.
    Which is mean you can use the same license # on multiple machine but you have to wait for the grace period to over. But Microsoft only give you 30 days after you installed Vista to activate the product or it will disables some features on it.

    So you have to work around it, there is a way to extend the 30 days period. Can't remember where I saw this article now.

    The OEM version is the same thing, I think. Microsoft wants you to buy one license per machine no matter OEM or Retail version. Unless you get you hand on Vista Stundent version, this version have no activation require. How do I know this you may ask?
    Because I have a Student version of XP. This version functional like any fully retail version but you don't have to activate it.

    Well, I guess in the mean time I have to wait a little bit longer for the grace period and try to reactivate the second machine to see what will happen. At the moment some of its features has been disable, the reminding message keep popping up and I think now Vista causing the machine to crashes. Nnot quite sure on this just found out today, as I'm typing this the second machine just crashed at no reason, it's idling. Damn MS.

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    Well in my PC class i had to take for my degree i was told the OEM is the version that allows you to install windows on any computer as it is the same as the student version of XP. Granted it has a license key and what not but you are allowed as many computers on the license as you wish. Reason i know this is because i have that OEM version and have installed numerous times on different PC's and never had a problem with the activation key.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddawg138 View Post
    Well in my PC class i had to take for my degree i was told the OEM is the version that allows you to install windows on any computer as it is the same as the student version of XP. Granted it has a license key and what not but you are allowed as many computers on the license as you wish. Reason i know this is because i have that OEM version and have installed numerous times on different PC's and never had a problem with the activation key.
    Are we missing some thing?
    this thread said different with the OEM version though.
    http://forums.pureoverclock.com/showthread.php?t=785

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    That is what i was told from my instructor about OEM but have read everywhere what you are stating so i dont know i'm completely confused now. Also i have used my license key from an old Dell (which should be OEM) as well with new Mobo etc and have had zero problems as well. I don't know if i'm just lucky or what. My parents version of Windows is OEM and ive used that license key as well numerous times when i reinstalled windows.

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    did you install on multiple machine or reinstalling on the same machine, and did you activate it at every each installation?

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