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Discussion in 'General Software' started by Arjai, Jun 20, 2014.

  1. Arjai

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    My brother's computer is jacked and after numerous attempts, by me, to clean it up, I think a fresh install will be the answer.

    However, his computer, an Acer, a few years old, came with the OS preinstalled.

    Therein lies the dilemma, he is not all that computer literate and I need a cheap link or disk. He is on a fixed income and cannot afford much.

    I barely have the time to post this, should be in bed, and can use some help!

    Thanks!

    PM me if you have a Win7 Pro/ Ultimate 64bit you have for cheap, or if you find a link to a cheap disk.

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    Do u have the serial key of win7 on computer? Even preinstalled supposed to have one. I will send u à link to download an ISO of win7.
     
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    u can post the link in the forum JunkBear they are out everywhere from digitalriver so it's fine to post them ^^
     
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    If it had Win7 installed when he got it. It should be on a hidden partition that you should be able to make visible via the BIOS
     
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    best to use the legit download links, with his legit serial code.

    you can find MSDN/technet links all over the place, as long as you arent using a pirated code or a crack theres nothing wrong with it.
     
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