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Windows 7 OEM fresh install help

I have a OEM product key, but no install disk. Like I said this will be a first install to a new pc but you can't download the files from a non torent source now Sad. Any one know of a place I could find them at? Also I may have a old laptop disk some where so could I just use the laptops repaire disk or what? Btw the file I want is for windows 7 premium 64bit (x64).

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windows 7 premium 64bit (x64)
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I would just use Linux but...

My pc I'm building is for gaming and not as manny games run on it, I'll consider it if I can't get anything worked out thx.

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OK, non-Torrent sites!!
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Got it off of ebay

Microsoft won't exsept OEM keys through their website unlike they did for digital river before they took the ISO's down from there. Sad

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Most random day

I asked my freind if he had his installation disk still and he literally pulls out a windows 7 disk that he has been aparentaly been varying around for a bout a year in his book bag, he just happened to have it on him xD.

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