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Cheapest Place To Get Windows 7

JonnyTwoToes Avatar
banned5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
Needed for PC (although will be installed on a partitioned Apple Mac.)

Other half is NHS so have been looking for usual NHS deals, but to no avail.

Needed to run Quoteworks - only one license needed.
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banned5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
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#1
software4students.
banned#2
MarzBarz
software4students.


Don't you need to be a student?
#3
There are special NHS licenses, but I think its only for things like Office etc.
#4
Be interested in this? Mum needs new PC and is a NHS nurse!?
#5
software4students only gets you the upgrade edition anyway!
banned#6
aircanman
There are special NHS licenses, but I think its only for things like Office etc.


Yeah, looked into this but it's finished - and they are asking all people who have had it to uninstall it!
#8
maximoshark
software4students only gets you the upgrade edition anyway!



So? install xp ... 30 day trial or windows vista and insert the upgrade disk ... or just do a custom iinstall from boot menu?
#9
MarzBarz
maximoshark
software4students only gets you the upgrade edition anyway!



So? install xp ... 30 day trial or windows vista and insert the upgrade disk ... or just do a custom iinstall from boot menu?


ah ok I wasn't aware you could activate it that way.
#10
so what have we agreed?

I'm looking for a Legit copy of Vista or Windows 7, whats best way to do this, bearing in mind, Im a student and mum works for NHS?
banned#11
Disco
so what have we agreed?

I'm looking for a Legit copy of Vista or Windows 7, whats best way to do this, bearing in mind, Im a student and mum works for NHS?


Yeah, this has to be legit. Is what has been mentioned legit?
#12
maximoshark
software4students only gets you the upgrade edition anyway!


yeah but it installs on a clean hard drive no probs. check out the deals posted on here for more info.

also you can buy from them if you have a child at school or even if you are a grand parent iirc.
#13
JonnyTwoToes
Disco
so what have we agreed?

I'm looking for a Legit copy of Vista or Windows 7, whats best way to do this, bearing in mind, Im a student and mum works for NHS?


Yeah, this has to be legit. Is what has been mentioned legit?


Yes!
#14
JonnyTwoToes
Disco
so what have we agreed?

I'm looking for a Legit copy of Vista or Windows 7, whats best way to do this, bearing in mind, Im a student and mum works for NHS?


Yeah, this has to be legit. Is what has been mentioned legit?


at the mo, shes uses a "copy" of Windows XP. Needs new PC though, so might as well upgrade to Vista or Windows 7 if possible, so obviously would be a brand new install, on a brand new hard drive?
banned#15
MarzBarz
JonnyTwoToes
Disco
so what have we agreed?

I'm looking for a Legit copy of Vista or Windows 7, whats best way to do this, bearing in mind, Im a student and mum works for NHS?


Yeah, this has to be legit. Is what has been mentioned legit?


Yes!


I'm starting a fresh and installing this on a dual boot mac - I haven't any previous versions of OS for PC.
#16
Legit,ooooh well.
suspended#17
So where do you get a non legit copy from?
#18
bluebindy123
So where do you get a non legit copy from?


Google is ur friend
#19
JonnyTwoToes- so you're saying a copy from software4students will do the job?

Win 7 is £72 everywhere else
banned#20
Disco
JonnyTwoToes- so you're saying a copy from software4students will do the job?

Win 7 is £72 everywhere else


I don't know - that's my question. I need a stand alone OS (no upgrades) that will run on a dual boot Mac.
#21
I bought a copy of win7 from software4students, used as a clean install on a PC, no prob :)

Edited By: cis_groupie on Mar 15, 2011 22:28
#22
did you basically boot with cd in drive and install afresh?
#23
With the student disc you don't need to have Vista & can install after you delete the XP partition.
#24
Disco
did you basically boot with cd in drive and install afresh?

Yes.
Oh, and once you've installed Win7 you'll notice a large folder on the hard drive - this is all your old docs etc that Windows saves (even though it says it won't), so don't worry if it looks like you've lost more disk space than you expected - just delete this folder.
#25
I wont have any files to save as its a brand new PC (built by myself!)
#26
Hi

You can do clean installation using "Windows 7 Upgrade for students". Choose "Custom" installation Do not enter the product key during installation. Installator won't allow you to do that. Just click "next". You can activate your win7 istallation afterwards using the product key from the DVD.
I just did it using clean, unformatted hard disk

look at this article

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