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Hi, anyone know where I can get a license for a Windows 7, got visa on laptop and want to upgrade, thanks Read More
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3m, 3w agoPosted 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Hi, anyone know where I can get a license for a Windows 7, got visa on laptop and want to upgrade, thanks
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3m, 3w agoPosted 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
softwaregeeks £15
#2
allegedly, if you go on Microsoft chat, tell them your HD failed and the sticker with the key has worn off they'll generate a new key for you, allegedly
#3
random_dude
allegedly, if you go on Microsoft chat, tell them your HD failed and the sticker with the key has worn off they'll generate a new key for you, allegedly

That would be fraud and you wouldn't want to be inciting someone to commit a crime now would you.
#5
dozstanford
random_dude
allegedly, if you go on Microsoft chat, tell them your HD failed and the sticker with the key has worn off they'll generate a new key for you, allegedly

That would be fraud and you wouldn't want to be inciting someone to commit a crime now would you.


absolutely not! it was an alledgedly genuine scenario
#7


Those aren't legal. You might as well download a keygen if you're going to go down that route.
#8
craigstephens


Those aren't legal. You might as well download a keygen if you're going to go down that route.


Cough devil's own, like we all haven't done it at sometime ;)

Edited By: kester76 on Jan 27, 2017 21:12: missing word
#9
Thanks all .
I did not know that a 7 Professional key would not work on Home Edition.
#10
check your PM
#11
Microsoft stopped Windows 7 retail and upgrade version sales some years ago so if you don't want to or can't go for a current version instead then the legitimate way is to buy a second hand retail (boxed) version, although there are unfortunately a huge number of dodgy sellers around.
#12
EndlessWaves
Microsoft stopped Windows 7 retail and upgrade version sales some years ago so if you don't want to or can't go for a current version instead then the legitimate way is to buy a second hand retail (boxed) version, although there are unfortunately a huge number of dodgy sellers around.


thanks,

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