dealsmicrosoft windows 7 home premium oem for $74.99…

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I've said it before...I'll say it again: Windows 7 Professional 32/64Bit - $30 @ www.microsoft.com/student. It says "upgrade" but you can do a fresh install from the ISO provided here:http://techpp.com/2009/11/11/download-windows-7-iso-official-direct-download-links/

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@kvellano: Not everyone is a Student, and not everyone wants to find a valid .edu email

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Anyone know how to get an edu email address if you homeschool?

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@kvellano: From what I understand, the Student upgrade, along with all other upgrades, do not come with license/product keys of any kind. The link you provided displays the installation files for Windows 7, but requires a product key. I'm not sure where you're going with this.

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@infinitegaze: When you buy the edu upgrade, all you get IS the product key. You can download the ISO or upgrade exe, or purchase physical media.

However this is a good deal for anyone that doesn't have an edu email address. However it should be noted that the OEM versions do have limitations, especially that it can only ever be used on the motherboard it is first installed with.

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@infinitegaze: Ok.... STEP1) BUY THE LICENSE KEY from microsoft.com/student STEP 2) Use that key to activate the ISO downloaded from site previously mentioned. Get it? Got it? GOOD!