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Topic # 51542 28-Nov-2009 18:04
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hi guys,
i installed windows 7 on my laptop but im selling it now...
i have 16 days left to activate windows 7.
since im selling windows 7 and my laptop separately, im wondering how can i delete the product key from system information.??
cause if i sell the laptop with the product key saying 17 days to activate! the purchaser will click it and get w7 for free which is not cool for the purchaser of the windows 7 os auction.
thnx




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  Reply # 277280 28-Nov-2009 18:17
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thanks...yay another install -.-




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  Reply # 277281 28-Nov-2009 18:19
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your real awesome freitasm
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