Windows 7 Pro $19 for students

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  1. Posts : 389
    Windows 7 Professional, Windows XP
       #330

    Antman said:
    Crypto said:
    Im in Sri Lanka and im in.
    I waited patiently for Tews to gather himself. It was only after you proved his error that I had to nudge him.

    Don't know why I didn't send a PM.
    may i delete my post
    Dont worry Tews will come.
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  2. Posts : 289
    Windows 7 7100 build
       #331

    So on my MSDN account I see Windows 7 X64 Professional edition for free. Is this the final build or just a RC of some kind?

    I also have a choice to download ultimate but it is only 32bit mode.


    Thanks for the help. I am sorry I did not read through 34 pages so I would guess this has already been covered.
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  3. Posts : 389
    Windows 7 Professional, Windows XP
       #332

    Adamd said:
    So on my MSDN account I see Windows 7 X64 Professional edition for free. Is this the final build or just a RC of some kind?

    I also have a choice to download ultimate but it is only 32bit mode.


    Thanks for the help. I am sorry I did not read through 34 pages so I would guess this has already been covered.
    If you are talking about the MSDNAA then you'll get the Professional Only, and its the Final.
    Windows 7 Professional(x32) - DVD(English)
    Windows 7 Professional(x64) - DVD(English)


    If you are talking about the MSDN account then you can access any Edition of both 32 and 64bit.

    What account do you have MSDN or MSDNAA ?
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  4. Posts : 289
    Windows 7 7100 build
       #333

    MSDNAA

    Well then I will start downloading. I guess being an student in IT it worth while haha :)

    It is free for me tho. Not the $19 that some have to pay?
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  5. Posts : 389
    Windows 7 Professional, Windows XP
       #334

    Adamd said:
    MSDNAA

    Well then I will start downloading. I guess being a student in IT it worth while haha :)

    It is free for me tho. Not the $19 that some have to pay?
    Then you can only download Windows 7 Professional 32/64 bit at the moment.

    If you accessed MSDNAA through ACM then you MUST pay $19. If your school is in the MSDNAA list then you dont have to.

    UPDATE :
       Note

    MSDNAA has updated the list with

    Windows 7 Professional(x32) - DVD(Chinese-Simplified)
    Windows 7 Professional(x64) - DVD(Chinese-Simplified)


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  6. Posts : 289
    Windows 7 7100 build
       #335

    Thanks for the help!

    Windows pro will be good enough for me at least for the time being. :)
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  7. Posts : 19
    Windows 7
       #336

    I don't think they will verify from my college. bcz it will take too much time
    Its about to be 24 hours but i have not received the id yet.. how longer will it takes
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  8. Posts : 389
    Windows 7 Professional, Windows XP
       #337

    shazib0061 said:
    I don't think they will verify from my college. bcz it will take too much time
    Its about to be 24 hours but i have not received the id yet.. how longer will it takes


    Well the actual Verification Process I guess no one in here knows how its done.
    Iv been registered for about several weeks back. Today this email came.
       Note

    As part of our student offerings, we created the Student Academic Initiative (SAI) whereby we offer Student Members access to software that is made available through selected vendors.

    It is important for ACM to verify that the individuals taking advantage of the ACM Student Academic Initiative are indeed students. Therefore, we are asking you to provide us with the information below by Friday, Sept. 25th.

    * The Name of Your Faculty Advisor
    * Your Student Identification Number

    Thank you for your help in this matter!

    Director of Membership
    Association for Computing Machinery


    may be they are doing a routine check, or they suddenly started to verfy as there must have been so many unverifiable entries getting accessed to their resources.

    Well usually for the first Payment Aproval and Developper Access it may take 1-3 Business Days.
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  9. Posts : 803
    Windows 7 Professional x64
    Thread Starter
       #338

    Crypto said:
    shazib0061 said:
    I don't think they will verify from my college. bcz it will take too much time
    Its about to be 24 hours but i have not received the id yet.. how longer will it takes


    Well the actual Verification Process I guess no one in here knows how its done.
    Iv been registered for about several weeks back. Today this email came.
       Note

    As part of our student offerings, we created the Student Academic Initiative (SAI) whereby we offer Student Members access to software that is made available through selected vendors.

    It is important for ACM to verify that the individuals taking advantage of the ACM Student Academic Initiative are indeed students. Therefore, we are asking you to provide us with the information below by Friday, Sept. 25th.

    * The Name of Your Faculty Advisor
    * Your Student Identification Number

    Thank you for your help in this matter!

    Director of Membership
    Association for Computing Machinery


    may be they are doing a routine check, or they suddenly started to verfy as there must have been so many unverifiable entries getting accessed to their resources.

    Well usually for the first Payment Aproval and Developper Access it may take 1-3 Business Days.
    Maybe they check only outside US students.
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  10. Posts : 141
    Windows 7 Professional x64 x86 VISTA XP 98SE 95 3.x
       #339

    Antman said:
    polycue said:
    Does a law student (not taking computer courses) qualify for student membership?
    For ACM, yes, but not for MSDNAA.
    Please, cite your source. It could be that taking the ACM courses fufills the requirement of taking computer courses.
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