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November 05, 2011, 03:56:02 PM
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Hey, I want to sell some legit Windows Vista Home Basic and Windows 7 Home Premium CD Keys.  These were all LEGALLY obtained from computers I have bought, and no longer use the OS on, and ones that I have acquired from work.

Accepting offers, no set price Smiley.. just reply or PM me offers please.

Thanks!

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November 06, 2011, 01:26:34 AM
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Hey, I want to sell some legit Windows Vista Home Basic and Windows 7 Home Premium CD Keys.  These were all LEGALLY obtained from computers I have bought, and no longer use the OS on, and ones that I have acquired from work.

Accepting offers, no set price Smiley.. just reply or PM me offers please.

Thanks!

*sigh*... Anybody?

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November 06, 2011, 01:34:28 AM
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Is there anyway to prove that it is a legal copy?
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November 06, 2011, 02:52:04 AM
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Do you have the actual physical media to match? I'm assuming you are selling keys from boxed products, not OEM versions bundled with PCs (you did say legal, right?)
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November 06, 2011, 03:57:57 AM
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As I have said on other posts:

Frequently people sell MSDN and VLK keys online.  These keys almost always work initially, but stop working 2-6 months after installation.  With Windows XP, Microsoft rarely revoked keys.  They only did it for the worst, often re-used keys and it was done through updating the "Windows Advantage" software.   So if you stopped "Windows Advantage" from loading your key would not turn off.

On Windows Vista/7 it does not work the same way.  They can revoke a key automatically when certain conditions are met and they do this often for illegal keys.  So people sell the MSDN keys and while they are not legit the first one usually works.  Then one of two things happen, either they sell it again, or the buyer uses it again.  Doing either a few times and ALL people are cut off. 

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November 06, 2011, 04:23:18 AM
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Hey, I want to sell some legit Windows Vista Home Basic and Windows 7 Home Premium CD Keys.  These were all LEGALLY obtained from computers I have bought, and no longer use the OS on, and ones that I have acquired from work.

Accepting offers, no set price Smiley.. just reply or PM me offers please.

Thanks!

THIS IS ILLEGAL. Microsoft prohibits key-only sales of OEM systems, a CD/DVD or the system has to accompany it, along with the CoA sticker.

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November 06, 2011, 01:03:46 PM
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Hey, I want to sell some legit Windows Vista Home Basic and Windows 7 Home Premium CD Keys.  These were all LEGALLY obtained from computers I have bought, and no longer use the OS on, and ones that I have acquired from work.

Accepting offers, no set price Smiley.. just reply or PM me offers please.

Thanks!

THIS IS ILLEGAL. Microsoft prohibits key-only sales of OEM systems, a CD/DVD or the system has to accompany it, along with the CoA sticker.


Aaahh thank you for this information, did not know it was illegal to sell keys of OEM systems.

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November 06, 2011, 02:02:24 PM
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It's not only the sticker that protects the key, but the activation process also ties it to the hardware by sending information about the system hardware to MS. You can get it reactivated if it complains about minor hardware replacements, but if it's too far off from the original fingerprint (like a different motherboard) the reactivation is a no go.

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November 06, 2011, 06:13:19 PM
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I'll buy a 7 HP for 4 BTC Cheesy

BTW, it's not technically illegal. If M$ finds out, they would fine you $10 000, which you only have to pay if you want to continue to receive products from them. That being said, this is not technically a monetary transaction (as BTC is not recognized as a currency).
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November 06, 2011, 11:37:24 PM
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I'll buy a 7 HP for 4 BTC Cheesy

BTW, it's not technically illegal. If M$ finds out, they would fine you $10 000, which you only have to pay if you want to continue to receive products from them. That being said, this is not technically a monetary transaction (as BTC is not recognized as a currency).
Did you really want to buy a 7 HP key??  Ill happily sell it for 4 BTC lol...  and thanks for the info Cheesy

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November 11, 2011, 06:41:06 PM
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That's a warning to everyone here that the user prophexy (aka MatthewBTC@Gmail.com) is a scammer. I detail how he stole $50 from me in this post.
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