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Pc "Upgrade" has arrived and its quite the upgrade

old PC

(2004)

> Dell Optiplex GX270 P4 3.0Ghz

> 3GB DDR 400MHz

> C: 120GB SATA 1.5GB/s (7200RPM)

> D: 160GB SATA 1.5GB/s (7200RPM)

> NEC ND2100AD CD/DVD +RW drive

> XP-Pro SP3

> IE6 & WiMP10 (had to fight with IT to keep it that way)

> ECDC 5.35x

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New PC

> Dell T7400 Precision Workstation

> Dual Socket Dual Intel Quad Xeon 2.66Ghz

> 8GB DDR2 667MHz ECC FBD

> 120GB SSD C:\

> 3x 320 WD Caviar (7200RPM) HDD

> HL-DT-ST-DVD+-RW GH30N [CD/DVD -+RW / DVD RAM ]

> XP -Pro x64

 

(what a big change, )

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I'll get to the question(s);

The IT dept. here is adamant about not purchasing until testing with a trial or something first before making the purchase

(I take the opposite approach because I don't like uninstalling trial-ware especially when it can't just be keyed to make it a full version)

 

So I've looked around for a Creator2009 "Trial" but can't seem to find a legitimate one only those on some other "non-roxio/sonic" site (that's probably some "corrupted", "infected" or other wise version),

have the trial offerings been discontinued or was there ever really a true trial version other than PC OEM cripple ware distributions?

 

 

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EMC 9 was the only Trial version ever offered. Never seen again…

 

Anything else you find is a pirate or worse!

 

Buy from the Roxio Store and you have 30 day, no questions asked, return policy.

 

Thanks Jim;

 

Good Info, to push on the IT dude;

he's really got no complaint, after having spent around $4 - $5G for the PC

$99.00 for C-2009 is hardly a sticking point

 

Cheers

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Thanks Jim;

 

Good Info, to push on the IT dude;

he's really got no complaint, after having spent around $4 - $5G for the PC

$99.00 for C-2009 is hardly a sticking point

 

Cheers

Maybe half that from Roxio? Not sure of the particulars, but worth trying if you're considering ....

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