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250GB Sata Hard Drive £25.00

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banned8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months agoFeedback:8 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I have this out my old computer nothing wrong with it and it has been reformatted can come with xp at an extra couple of quid looking for 25quid posted with insurance
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banned8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months agoFeedback:8 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Would XP be legit with COA ?
banned#2
YES it is legit as i have a multi user license for it
#3
is this 2.5"? or 3.5?
banned#4
3.5 proper size fits a desktop computer not laptop
#5
bmwalex;2872103
YES it is legit as i have a multi user license for it

AKAIK, even if you had a multi-user license, it's for your own use on your computers (PC & Laptop) only.

According to Microsoft no multi-user licenses presently exist for XP or Vista - from here:


[FONT=Arial][SIZE=1]Details[/SIZE][/FONT]
[SIZE=1][FONT=Arial]Windows desktop PC operating systems license terms do not permit multiple users to access or otherwise use one licensed copy of the software simultaneously. The following use models of multiple users simultaneously accessing a single licensed copy of the Windows XP or Windows Vista operating system are examples of mislicensed use of the product.[/FONT] [/SIZE]

[FONT=Arial][SIZE=1]There are no current migration paths based on these illustrated scenarios. Under current licensing terms each PC or access device must have one full license for Windows Vista or Windows XP purchased through the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) channel, the retail/full packaged product (FPP) channel or through Volume Licensing (upgrade). Currently no licensing terms exist that allow shared use of the OS. Each PC or device must have a unique license for an operating system using Windows Vista or Windows XP....[/SIZE][/FONT]


Can you provide proof that you have a multi-user license?

Edit: Some info about Volume Licensing Keys here - i.e., not meant for individuals
banned#6
ok well my old school gave it to me i must said the wrong license as they said your allowed to put it on what ever computer you want as thats what there license states
#7
Without Certificate of Authenticity you canot sell this here unfortunately. Thread closed.

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