General Chat Thread, Windows Discs in General; Since I have been made redundant from my placement while doing my NVQ, I thought the best bet to be ...
15th May 2009, 06:08 PM #1
Since I have been made redundant from my placement while doing my NVQ, I thought the best bet to be a good tech support, is to have a copy of all diff types of windows discs, since if i do any repairs I be able to reinstall the operating system.
Well I be using the customer's product key for their computer not one's off keygens or interent, is this still wrong? plus how i go about purchasing product keys of old software so I can try stuff out and I dislike the new stuff some times.
Wonder what you all say
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15th May 2009, 06:12 PM #2
I make up my own windows disks for when I do home calls. I have a XP Home OEM DVD I made with a load of popular dell drivers all slipstreamed, with SP3 and about a gig of utils such as spybot and malwarebytes, avg free, etc etc. I dont know if its legal or not, but like you, the customer has to have a valid Certificate of Authenticity and their own Product key before I do the reinstall.
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