Vista product keys guarantee

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by kiseki_o_o, Oct 6, 2008.

  1. kiseki_o_o

    kiseki_o_o Guest

    Hi
    I have some OEM Vista Business DVDs which I haven't used at all, only the seal opened so that the product key is visible
    The thing is, when I'm about to sell these, noone would believe if the DVDs & Product keys are still unused, just because the seal has been removed from the boxes and the keys are visible

    I couldn't think of any way to prove that they keys are still new and unused.. Is there any way, instead of installing it of course..?


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    kiseki_o_o, Oct 6, 2008
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  2. Once you broke the seal, you devalued the product in the minds
    of the potential buyers. Only by installing and activating can
    the buyer be assured the software was not previously used.

    --
    Carey Frisch
    Microsoft MVP
    Windows Desktop Experience

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    in message Hi.
    I have some OEM Vista Business DVDs which I haven't used at all, only the seal opened so that the product key is visible.
    The thing is, when I'm about to sell these, noone would believe if the DVDs & Product keys are still unused, just because the seal
    has been removed from the boxes and the keys are visible.

    I couldn't think of any way to prove that they keys are still new and unused.. Is there any way, instead of installing it of
    course..?


    Post Originated from http://www.VistaForums.com Vista Support Forums
     
    Carey Frisch [MVP], Oct 6, 2008
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    tanuj_chadha Guest

    The OEM cd's donot require the cd key to be put in at the time o
    installation. As the cd key is already present. I don't think that ther
    would be a way to prove that the keys are still unused & new

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    tanuj_chadh

    Tanuj

    History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce. - Kar
    Marx :geek:
     
    tanuj_chadha, Oct 6, 2008
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