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Windows 7: Pleez help! Dual boot:Win XP & Win 7 "upgrade" question

14 Oct 2009   #11

Windows Vista Ultimate

Thanks Greg...

I guess I just have to grow some balls and try it to see what happens.

I have a cool little netbook that come packaged with a lot of proprietary programs and crap that almost seem useful and I do not want to take the risk of losing them cuz they are obviosly not supported in Win 7.

That's basically my issue. Well... that and I dont want to waste $30 if I'm going to need to go out and buy a full OS Win 7 disk for $200+

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14 Oct 2009   #12

XP, Seven, 2008R2

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Lex325 View Post
Again, with all due respect, could you please tell me where I can find the "full version" $29.99? I haven't seen that anywhere and would like to take advantage. I have not purchased the upgrade yet and would definitely rather have the full version for the same price.

Thanks for all your help.
Microsoft Student - Windows 7

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mrneil001
The student windows 7 version avail thru 741 is the FULL VERSION. I ended up emailing Digital River, the people that pairs up with Microsoft to sell their product online and got this OFFICIAL answer:

Dear Customer,

Thank you for choosing Windows 7 Online store.

We understand that you are interested to purchase Windows 7 Upgrade
through our online store.

We apologize for the confusion.

The Windows 7 offered in this promotion is a full version.
You can
install this product even though
you do not have a previous Operating System installed in your computer
or if you want to make a multi
boot using Windows 7. The "Upgrade" included in the product name is just
because Windows 7 is the
latest Operating System Windows developed.

Joanna A.
Windows 7 Offer online store
Customer Service
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