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kodak imaging and Windows XP

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This is probably an easy one.

As you know Kodak Imaging was replaced within Windows XP with the stupid Photo and Fax Wizard.

It is highly advertised on how you can install Kodak Imaging on to Windows XP....but is it legal?

My argument is that if I need a Windows XP machine to have this software on, I would rebuild with workstation on Windows 2000 Professional and then upgrade to Windows XP Professional as this I know is def. legal - so is the other way legal as well?

Can I have peoples thoughts on the matter and any prove to tell me if this is legal or not

Many thanks in advance

JJB
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As MS said it is not legal, why don't you just use a free/better alternative? I've found than Irfan view is MUCH better than any of the rubbish that comes with windows. You can get it free from their website:
http://www.irfanview.com
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