Just bought this, seems like a good deal!click here
I am looking to build a computer for my son and have been thinking about getting an OEM version of Windows XP.Thing is, I now have all of the hardware so I assume that I would not be able to purchase this item without buying an internal component.
Most stores will sell the O/S without a hardware purchase, but even those that insist on hardware again, most will accept a mouse as being an essential item to operate a PC.
Read this is the conditions on the link given :-....to be sold with any "non-peripheral hardware component" and is bundled as such.
Did you purchase it as a single item?
I bought XP Home OEM version on its own about six months ago from overclockers, cost £76 inc. delivery.
I did note the conditions on the link given but there still seems to be some debate about this issue in general.I guess that as Ebuyer have this as a conition means that they will apply it but I would be interested in receiving a reponse from [email protected]
I bought xp home for £70 and xp pro for £110 from the computer shop around the corner from where I live..it was OEM but I dont care about a box and instructions.
Yep I bought a USB cable for 79 pence :-)
Reading the conditions it says that it is "bundled" with a non peripheral component - I would imagine I will be getting a IDE cable along with the software.The licencing of windows is all a bit daft - It reminds me of market stall holders who sell fake Rolex watches by selling an empty box for £20 (but you get a free watch when you buy the box).
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