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Does the DE version allow for burning video files? I'm starting to believe it does not. If this is the case, where can I upgrade for a discounted price?

 

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Does the DE version allow for burning video files? I'm starting to believe it does not. If this is the case, where can I upgrade for a discounted price?

 

Thanks mates.

 

It is highly unlikely that you would get any discounted price for your Dell edition of the software, unless Dell gives it to you.

 

I thought that the version that you have, does burn video files.

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I thought that 10.3 was 10.2 but was modified to work with Windows 7. Look at this. Is yours the same? If not, it would be very helpful if you would post some screen captures of what yours looks like.

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I thought that 10.3 was 10.2 but was modified to work with Windows 7. Look at this. Is yours the same? If not, it would be very helpful if you would post some screen captures of what yours looks like.

 

Greetings friend, and thank you for all of this. That is indeed the same version that I have. If you look closely, it doesn't have a video option whatsoever. There are no options to burn mpeg or avi files. Perhaps I will return the software with full month back (shipping included) because in the description they have video files as an option.

 

However, if I am wrong- which I hope- please correct me :).

 

I will be awaiting your reply mate. Again, thank you.

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Greetings friend, and thank you for all of this. That is indeed the same version that I have. If you look closely, it doesn't have a video option whatsoever. There are no options to burn mpeg or avi files. Perhaps I will return the software with full month back (shipping included) because in the description they have video files as an option.

 

However, if I am wrong- which I hope- please correct me :).

 

I will be awaiting your reply mate. Again, thank you.

 

You should not have paid for 10.3. It is OEM software that comes free when you buy a computer (DE = Dell) or other piece of hardware that provides it. Actually I think it is illegal to sell OEM software. Where did you get it?

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You should not have paid for 10.3. It is OEM software that comes free when you buy a computer (DE = Dell) or other piece of hardware that provides it. Actually I think it is illegal to sell OEM software. Where did you get it?

 

I do not want to get anyone in trouble mate. It was from an online discounted software, however. Thank you so much. I will be contacting them right now, though, for a refund.

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You should not have paid for 10.3. It is OEM software that comes free when you buy a computer (DE = Dell) or other piece of hardware that provides it. Actually I think it is illegal to sell OEM software. Where did you get it?

 

If it's illegal these folks have been doing it for years!

 

I've bought cheap Microsoft Operating Systems off this site..

 

http://www.viosoftwa...esqd04vu2gsf7u1

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If it's illegal these folks have been doing it for years!

 

I've bought cheap Microsoft Operating Systems off this site..

 

http://www.viosoftwa...esqd04vu2gsf7u1

 

The OEM software is copywrited by the company. It is supposed to be sold ONLY with hardware to get the proper licenses to use it.

 

Here are some discussions. OEM on Cnet; about.com and even e-bay.

 

I guess it is a little like making a copy of a DVD for your own use or buying student versions of software. Still a lot of "discussion".

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The OEM software is copywrited by the company. It is supposed to be sold ONLY with hardware to get the proper licenses to use it.

 

Here are some discussions. OEM on Cnet; about.com and even e-bay.

 

I guess it is a little like making a copy of a DVD for your own use or buying student versions of software. Still a lot of "discussion".

 

Newegg used to ship a audio cord with OEM hardware requirement, they don't even do that anymore.:rolleyes:

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I think some of the OEMs sell off surplus software in bulk - that's how it ends up for sale in eBay or whatever.

 

Look at the number of Maddog OEM versions still 'available'

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Spammers.com offers cheap dell Brand, I wanted to buy win xp soon, which is better windows xp or windows 7? I wonder if I can buy cheaper than morespamyet.com is offering right now, they have also coupon code for their members, plus free shipping, its a great offer! anyone here tried to purchase on that site? planning to buy soon. hope they're selling genuine products!

 

 

 

-Victor-

 

Edited to delete this spammer's links.

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Be VERY careful with OEM software - usually it's a cutdown version that was originally saupplied free and parts which you would expect to find will be missing

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