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Also changing with this update is the installation process.

It has been updated so that once the update has been downloaded by Automatic Updates (completely in line with your existing AU settings) after the next login or reboot the install wizard (below) will be presented to the user and they will be able to choose whether to install the update in the same way as in past releases.

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Validating windows xp professional

In addition to the usual updates to validation that improve WGA's ability to detect the latest stolen or fake product keys and other attempts to circumvent product activation, this release will also include a couple of other significant updates.

With this release we've improved the design making it easier to install the update and to stay up to date with the latest release of WGA.

Attempts to get advice over the internet have provided no solutions.

Attempts to find answers on the Microsoft web site always result in just taking me to a "page" for purchasing Windows 7.

As previously mentioned, my friend's Presario originally came new with Windows Vista installed but, after experiencing many problems with Vista, he bought the XP disk to replace the Vista OS installation.

As also mentioned, there had been the original XP "install" on his Presario and one later "re-install" using this disk and without any problems in validating or activating the installation.

As for my Dell Dimension 4700, there have been a number of "reinstalls" using the disk from my old "8400" without problem.

BTW, there was another part of your question which I failed to answer.

Customers who installed the last update will simply have the validation information (new product keys etc.) be updated without their needing to go through the install process again.

After installing this version of WGA Notifications on a copy of Windows XP that fails the validation a users experience of Windows would include (same as with the last release) first a message at their next logon indicating that they might be a victim of software counterfeiting.

I have disks for SP1, SP2 and SP3 which I purchased directly from Microsoft.

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