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    64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro
       #380

    Join the rest of us and purchase it...
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  2. Posts : 3
    Vista
       #381

    I was given the ability to opt in late last night so it took them a business week from me giving them my information for them to verify that I am a student.
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  3. Posts : 11,840
    64-bit Windows 8.1 Pro
       #382

    Deweese said:
    I was given the ability to opt in late last night so it took them a business week from me giving them my information for them to verify that I am a student.

    Thanks Deweese ... Hopefully this will calm the fears of those who are waiting... +rep
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  4. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 Professional x64 RTM
       #383

    Don't know if it's been mentioned yet, but here's another huge thread dedicated to this:

    Deal: MSDN-AA Access - $19 :: 8x Win7 Pro, 11x Vista Keys, 5x XP Pro + More! - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

    I've gotten access, and it's actually 8 keys for Windows 7 Pro, as the keys are not dependent on architecture or language, so if you get a foreign language key it will still work on an English install, and x64 will work on x86 and vice-versa.
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  5. Posts : 389
    Windows 7 Professional, Windows XP
       #384

    c00lkatz said:
    Don't know if it's been mentioned yet, but here's another huge thread dedicated to this:

    Deal: MSDN-AA Access - $19 :: 8x Win7 Pro, 11x Vista Keys, 5x XP Pro + More! - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

    I've gotten access, and it's actually 8 keys for Windows 7 Pro, as the keys are not dependent on architecture or language, so if you get a foreign language key it will still work on an English install, and x64 will work on x86 and vice-versa.
    Welcome katz, What you say is already mentioned many times. thanks for the info though.
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  6. Posts : 292
    windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
       #385

    I got the email wanting the extra verification. This after a week of using the OS.
    I wonder if I don't reply then the key's blacklisted...and if so, I imagine I could just use the retail key I get on Oct 22 without having to go through the hassle of doing another full install.

    But of course maybe everything will be ok. I switched my info to my son's highschool and he gave me his ID number--but he didnt know who is advisor is. LOL. Just like a HS Junior that plays too much XBOX Live not to know.

    Shoulda went that rte in the first place, but--ahem--I think more than several folks, me included, just couldnt wait and instead of learning all the ins and outs we got overly excited and "just signed up".
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  7. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 Professional x64 RTM
       #386

    Crypto said:
    c00lkatz said:
    Don't know if it's been mentioned yet, but here's another huge thread dedicated to this:

    Deal: MSDN-AA Access - $19 :: 8x Win7 Pro, 11x Vista Keys, 5x XP Pro + More! - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

    I've gotten access, and it's actually 8 keys for Windows 7 Pro, as the keys are not dependent on architecture or language, so if you get a foreign language key it will still work on an English install, and x64 will work on x86 and vice-versa.
    Welcome katz, What you say is already mentioned many times. thanks for the info though.
    That's cool, just making sure :)
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  8. Posts : 9
    Windows 7 Professional x64
       #387

    armyslowrdr said:
    I got the email wanting the extra verification. This after a week of using the OS.
    I wonder if I don't reply then the key's blacklisted...and if so, I imagine I could just use the retail key I get on Oct 22 without having to go through the hassle of doing another full install.

    But of course maybe everything will be ok. I switched my info to my son's highschool and he gave me his ID number--but he didnt know who is advisor is. LOL. Just like a HS Junior that plays too much XBOX Live not to know.

    Shoulda went that rte in the first place, but--ahem--I think more than several folks, me included, just couldnt wait and instead of learning all the ins and outs we got overly excited and "just signed up".
    I doubt they can blacklist the keys, but just in case I gave them my uni info... British unis don't use the same terms as US.. so I put my Personal Tutor's name as my Faculty Advisor.. didn't know if they are the same thing..
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  9. Posts : 4
    Windows 7
       #388

    Hey guys, I've been reading this topic over the past week as a guest.

    Just thought I'd give you the heads up I was just accepted in 18 mins ago

    Hello,

    Welcome! Thank you for signing up as a participant in the Microsoft Developers Academic Alliance (MSDN AA); your eligibility is made possible through an ACM/MSDNAA partnership. ACM is licensed under the MSDNAA Program which enables ACM Student Members to access any of the nearly 100 software packages available under the Program. e-Academy Inc., a partner of Microsoft is providing ELMS (the e-Academy Licensed Management System) for MSDNAA to you.

    Below is your ACM username and a password assigned to you by e-Academy (naturally, you may change your password). Simply log into the system and start browsing/ordering the software (at no-charge). You will be asked to create a Profile on the MSDN AA site during the order process.

    Your username is:
    Your password is:

    Welcome ACM Student Members to MSDN AA

    e-Academy Inc., the operator of the ACM/MSDN AA Partnership website, is fully committed to the online privacy of all MSDN AA users. Reports on traffic patterns are sometimes created by MSDN AA to monitor the effectiveness of this service but these reports are stripped of any individual or personal identification. By accessing the software through this website, you will be asked to accept the usage guidelines.

    If you have any technical difficulties please contact ACMs Program Administrator via email at msdnadmin@acm.org


    We hope you find your MSDNAA experience a rewarding one!


    Sincerely,
    e-Academy for MSDN AA
    I opted in on the 8th, basically the day before they took away the opt-in button. 2 days later I also got the email about my advisor name/student ID.
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  10. Posts : 19
    Windows 7
       #389

    Audioboxer said:
    Hey guys, I've been reading this topic over the past week as a guest.

    Just thought I'd give you the heads up I was just accepted in 18 mins ago

    I opted in on the 8th, basically the day before they took away the opt-in button. 2 days later I also got the email about my advisor name/student ID.
    DEAR I OPTED ON 9TH BUT TILL NOT RECIVED ANY EMAIL OF LOGIN iD AND PASS. After how many days did u got this option
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