I have Windows XP Home Edition installed on a small disk drive on my desktop. I want to transfer this operating system to a larger disc on the same computer. Microsoft tell me that if I remove the present installation and re-install the program on the larger disk drive I do not need a new license.
However my problem is that I do not have the original installation disk. I have been able to extract details of that disk from the existing installation as follows:
It is Windows XP Home Edition, Service Pack 2.
Product Part No: I have that
Product ID: I also have that.
Product CD Kay: I also have that.
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