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Anyone got a genuine copy to give away? roflmao

At least now I remember why I made the rule not to use "Borrowed" copies of Operating systems.

My bad never again!!


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5 hours Not bad for a format install and 200+ high priority updates and 10 optional updates.

Want to apologize to any MS employees out there, I assure you it wont happen again EVER.

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Give away: Not allowed by EULA :P
So you will basicly have the same problem about illegality; except that Microsoft won't notice :P


But what went wrong then?

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LOL Microsoft noticed, No more optional updates and some of the software I like stopped working.

also hated having that "not genuine copy " on my screen... all that and I don't like stealing feels to much like cheating :(




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