Linked by Howard Fosdick on Mon 6th Sep 2010 21:56 UTC
Windows In previous OS News articles, I've claimed that mature computers up to ten years old can be refurbished and made useful. My last article identified and evaluated different ways to refurbish these computers. One approach is to keep the existing Windows install and clean it up. This has the advantage of retaining the Windows license and software, the installed applications, and the existing drivers. But it takes some work. In this article we'll see what this entails.
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RE[3]: Just to make it clear
by DrillSgt on Tue 7th Sep 2010 16:48 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Just to make it clear"
DrillSgt
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2005-12-02

Yeah, sure. Tell it to the judge... Or just read the EULA.


According to the EULA, you can. The Judges have already proven that in courts.

What happened with Ernie Ball was multiple instances of the same software installed, not transferring it. Different scenario than what you had claimed.

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