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oem xp

by jimdaddy / March 12, 2004 10:54 AM PST

Try newegg.com. they have xp-pro oem with sp1a and give you a free round eide cable, a free t shirt and free shipping.It's $138.00 out the door.They also have home with the same stuff for $95.00. Good luck

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Re:oem xp
by FrankQTran / March 13, 2004 4:34 PM PST
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But you have to purchase it with their hardware to be able to have that price.

Regards,

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Re:Re:oem xp
by jimdaddy / March 14, 2004 2:10 AM PST
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According to the email i get from them the $138.00 or $95.00 price includes the round eide cable which qualify's for the hardware purchase. I went to check it out and they said the eide cable and t shirt are included in the price. Maybe i misunderstood.I get their emails for other reasons, but always notice the oem os's every week.
item 6
On Sale!
Microsoft Windows XP Professional with Service Pack SP1a - Full Version OEM Designed for reliability, security and privacy, high performance, and ease of use, the Windows XP operating system provides a host of benefits for business and home users. A clean and simple desktop, rock-solid reliability, and easy-to-use features that take advantage of the digital age all contribute to the value of Windows XP.
*Must be Purchased with Hardware!!*
Price: $138 Free Fedex Saver Shipping

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Re:oem xp
by foxrox / March 14, 2004 8:02 PM PST
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Yes, OEM means must purchase hardware. The IDE cable is provided with the OEM version to satisfy that requirement. You are not required to buy anything else. NewEgg.com rocks. If you already have the Windows CD and want to legally install on a second (or more) machines, go to 9software.com and buy the appropriate license/COA package and use the single CD to install as many times as you wish. The license/COA is LOTS cheaper than the OEM. You need a license/COA for each computer, but you don't need to have a CD for each computer.

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