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Old 11-29-2009, 01:45 PM
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Default 10 copies of Windows XP SP2-OEM

A few months ago, I bought 10 copies of Win XP with SP2 from a wholesaler for my business. With everybody switching to 7, it looks like I won't need them, and I really need to get my money back, so I'm selling them. As for can see from the pics, they are real OEM copies, you can see the COA in the upper left hand corner, and you will notice that the disc is a real XP disc. They are still in their shrink wrap. I am asking $600 for all 10, which is only a slight markup over what I paid. You can't get copies of XP anymore, so buy these while you can.

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Can't get XP any more? Really? What's this then?

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Old 11-29-2009, 03:18 PM
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Posting a photo with a product key is a bad idea.
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Posting a photo with a product key is a bad idea.
Definetly a bad dea. Espeially since if you zoom in you can read it. You may have to eat that one and change title to 9 copies for sale. Not that i would use it but someone else probably will.
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Removed the picture with the key visible...
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Posting a photo with a product key is a bad idea.
oops. Didn't realize it was visible. I of course didn't look at the post once I posted it. I didn't realize that the resolution on my camera was that good. Anyway, if somebody buys all 10 copies and that key turns out to be hacked, I'll refund you $60.

*sigh*...ok, $575 for the whole thing, with the possible bad product key noted.
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The TechNibble community would never do something as evil as that...
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I just used the key on a reinstall where the customer didn't have one. Thanks Byte!
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I just used the key on a reinstall where the customer didn't have one. Thanks Byte!
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Too slow.
You were posting to TN when you should have been validating the install, 'fraid I got it first.

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