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  Reply # 271398 9-Nov-2009 18:40
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Ok, clear as mud... I had and oem version of xp on my dell laptop and recently bought a new hard drive. I installed the RC of windows 7 on the new hard drive and would like to upgrade to the legit version before the trial runs out. I also have my desktop running vista business. Might be worth a shot!



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  Reply # 271741 10-Nov-2009 17:47
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  Reply # 279147 3-Dec-2009 20:49
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So Windows 7 Family Pack is now going to be sold in Australia at AU$249. That's a very good price for three licenses.
http://apcmag.com/windows-7-family-pack-australia.htm

So what about here then? How come no announcement for the NZ market?



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  Reply # 279150 3-Dec-2009 21:05
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there are no releases for NZ
currently on trademe someone is selling some though.




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  Reply # 279247 4-Dec-2009 10:53
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you could pick it up from DSE Australia maybe?
http://www.dse.com.au/cgi-bin/dse.storefront/4b18330b0160d09c2740c0a87e01064b/Product/View/XS8100


Mine arrived from the US about 2 weeks ago, works really well :) $221 total. Mint :) But i need a fourth copy for my netbook, so I'm waiting for my work to get the site licences out to us




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  Reply # 279248 4-Dec-2009 10:54
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when i say pick it up, i mean order it from there and see if they ship to NZ :)




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  Reply # 279280 4-Dec-2009 11:53
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No, not via their ordering page. Country pre-filled as Australia and only Aust States can be selected.

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  Reply # 279963 7-Dec-2009 12:39
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http://www.dse.com.au/cgi-bin/dse.filereader?4b1c404e034a863e2740c0a87e010628+EN/catalogs/INS0006378

They do ship overseas, you just have to contact them first.

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  Reply # 279974 7-Dec-2009 13:06
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yeah they definitely ship to NZ, they are good like that, you just have to email them first as above, sorry I didn't right the rest of the details above, was in a rush to get out the door at the time :)




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  Reply # 280013 7-Dec-2009 15:02
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I have just emailed DSE Oz, will let y'all know when I hear back about how much it cost for postage.

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  Reply # 280033 7-Dec-2009 16:18
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urban: I have just emailed DSE Oz, will let y'all know when I hear back about how much it cost for postage.


ask them nicely to quote you the price excluding Australian GST

because when they export it out of the country they can claim that back, if they won't, then you're being ripped another 1/10th (excuse me maths)

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  Reply # 280036 7-Dec-2009 16:32
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I bought a mobile of them 5 months ago and they automatically deducted the GST off the price.

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  Reply # 280213 8-Dec-2009 00:41
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hrmph still no word from DSE oz :(

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  Reply # 280569 9-Dec-2009 00:17
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I got sick of waiting to hear back from dse, so i ebayed myself a family pack :)


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