For all you IT folk out there - I recently bought, through my university, Windows XP Pro on a VLA (Volume Liscense Agreement). I was under the impression that I could install this to both my laptop and desktop. I successfully did so to my laptop, and am happy with my OS. However, when I went to activate the same program on my desktop, I was prompted that my software could only be activated, using my current Activation Key, on a single computer. I put off contacting Windows - seems I will have to tomorrow, but I absolutely REFUSE to pay 100+ dollars for a program I already purchased, especially just to get a new liscense. Is there any way that I can get around this, or is Windows pretty tough on the topic? If not, can anyone tell me how to just get rid of XP Pro and go back to the home edition that was already installed at the factory? I would prefer to keep the more stable Pro edition, but if I have to go back to Home to save money, it will have to suffice.