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Where can I get a replacement DVD for my XP Pro Enterprise License?

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Where can I get a replacement DVD for my XP Pro Enterprise License?  I have my license information, but my install DVD is damaged.  Our primary software will not work with WIn7, so don't go there, please.  This is part number E85-05379.
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Try calling Microsoft.  This page http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/about-licensing/windows7.aspx#tab=4  says that your enterprise version is still available for an existing license.
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How to replace Microsoft software:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/326246/en-us
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If you still have your Microsoft login info, just login, select downloads and download the file in iso format.  If you have your original purchase information, you can contact Microsoft and get a login.
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Thanks, all.
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