If you have the full retail version and it's only installed
on one machine at a time, there are no limitations to
activations, that I am aware of.
You shouldn't have to call Microsoft every time. But,
with the amount of upgrades/reinstalls/activations that you do,
you probably will have to call them _sometimes_.
"Vorohn" <Vorohn@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Ye, but i heard that i can do so only 10 times. For example if i ll change HD
> or Mainboard more then 10 times i should ask MS for permission... =/ It
> doesnt looks good becouse 10 clear installs for 13 years is too little.. - i
> upgrade my PC very often and for money that i pay for ultimate i dont want to
> contact MS everytime i install my Vista.
> Or maybe i still didnt understood and with Ultimate DVD i can reinstal for
> new PC with new MB and HD as much as i need?
> "MICHAEL" wrote:
>> Yes, as long as it is the full retail version.
>> Depending on what you upgrade, you shouldn't have
>> a problem. If it won't activate online, a phone call
>> to the activation center is usually painless and quick.
>> "Vorohn" <Vorohn@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > Well, i stilll cant understand MS licence policy =/
>> > I want to buy Ultimate Vista x64 for me PC on next week, but after 1-2 year
>> > i ll buy new computer without any OC and i want to install my todays Ultimate
>> > Vista on it (oforse i ll won t use my todays PC anymore - i'll format and
>> > sell it) So, can i install my Vista on next PC without any roblem?
>> > And 1 mor: i like make upgrades on my PC often - include HD etc, will i have
>> > problems with installing my Vista again?