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120-128 Gb is the way to go. I had a 120 in the last system , but went with a 60 this time. Starting to think I made a mistake.

Due to various hassles I have reloaded legit copies of Windows Xp and 7 and reregistered, and built new systems using the same os and never been hassled . Never had two machines using the same copy of the os though. I would not worry.
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would be nice if one could run 2 machines from one copy of the OS. Got Win 7 on new build and XP 64 on older....
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