I just upgraded my system from Windows 98SE to Windows XP. I may have\nmade a mistake however. I purchased Win XP at a garage sale. I was\nleary of doing so, as I know it can only be registered on one\ncomputer. But the lady who sold it to me assured me she was a\nChristian, and that the product was not installed on any other\ncomputers. According to her, the original computer that she and her\nhusband had "went bad." Her husband bought a new computer, and she\nbought this copy of WinXP to install on it, not realizing the new\ncomputer came with WinXP already loaded. Since she had opened the\nWinXP package, the store wouldn't let her return it. Sounds kind of\nsuspicous ey?\n\nSo, I install it on my system, and when I try to activate it I get\nthis message, "Unable to Activate Windows. Online activation cannot\nbe completed at this time.........Message Number 32778". So my\nquestion is does anyone know if this is a standard message you would\nget if this copy has already been activated on another system? Or\ncould this just mean there is some kind of temporary technical problem\non the Microsoft end? I tried researching "Message Number 32778" on\nthe Microsoft web site, and get no hits. I just want to know if I\nshould revert back to Win98SE and chalk this up to experience, or keep\ntrying to activate this copy.