Define hardware change
I have Vista Ultimate, I understand you can only load the OS on a certain
number of machines (Perhaps 2?) If I change/upgrade my hardware what
constitutes a "new" machine? I'd like to add another DVD burner & add more
memory. Would this constitute a significant enough of a change? Or even
upgradding the CPU?
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