So I'd like to pick up a copy of Windows XP and there are some folks on Craigslist selling it for cheap. Is there any deceptive language I should look out for when responding to these ads? Below are a couple of sample ads from craigslist. I worry when they say "original" or "bootable" or "sp3" (I thought they only had a sp2). Also, is there anything I should confirm about the cd/dvd to make sure it will work properly on boot camp or parallels? Thanks! sample ads: (1) Windows XP disk ORIGINAL - $65 This is an original CD professional XP sp2 that I have never used. (2) Original Windows XP CD for sale - $60 Im selling a Windows XP Professional CD . (this is NOT a copy ) The CD is authentic . You can get Updates and pass the validation with no problem.. Im asking $60 dollars for it. (3) Windows Pro XP SP3 $30 Windows XP SP3 Microsoft Office Integrated $30 (4) WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL FULL INSTALLATION CD - $15 I have a bootable full working copy of Windows XP professional. It's activated and updates.Cash and pick-up preferred but Paypal accepted too.