Windows 7 EULA (Beware!)

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    garysgold said:
    Welcome to the forums, MileAhead and Chippykiller. Enjoy.

    I find that Seven works pretty well for me right from the beginning. Especially for beta.

    Gary
    Hi. Glad to be here. If they only would ask for the product key up front I think they'd pretty much have it right. I'm on a Pentium 4 PC with only 1 GB ram running it. No way could I put my Vista Home Premium on this PC without bogging it down!! Looks like 7 is the OS and Vista was the beta
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       #31

    darkassain said:
    im pretty sure dmex would be included as he broke the second to last agreement....
    Ive broken many Microsoft EULA`s (multiple sections) over the years but it was all for good Reasons
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    XP Home 32bit, XP Pro 64bit, Vista Business 32bit, Vista Ultimate 64bit, Windows 7 Beta 32 & 64bit
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    garysgold said:
    Welcome to the forums, MileAhead and Chippykiller. Enjoy.

    I find that Seven works pretty well for me right from the beginning. Especially for beta.

    Gary

    thanks for the Welcome!!

    Glad to be here!
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