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I have a dilemma - my Netbook has Windows 7 Starter Edition installed. I cannot access it through my LAN & cannopt access the Local Security Policy to grant Administrative rights. Question is - can I safely install Win 7 Professional on a Netbook as it came preloaded with Win 7 Starter for a reason?Any help greatly appreciated!
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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As long as you have the license you can install whatever you like.  I run Win7 x64 Ultimate on my Toshiba netbook.
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Concise & to the point.  Excellent service & quick!!
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