Windows Vista Re-activation for the Hearing Impaired

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by NnagflaR, Jun 4, 2007.

  1. NnagflaR

    NnagflaR Guest

    Unfortunately, some of us do not have the option of phoning big brother to
    ask if it's OK for us to use our legitimate copy of Windows Vista. I am deaf
    and need to re-activate my copy of Windows Vista Home Premium (retail) after
    a hardware upgrade. Apparently, contacting Microsoft tech support via e-mail
    will cost me. How do I side step this discrimination, anyone?
    NnagflaR, Jun 4, 2007
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  2. NnagflaR

    Rock Guest

    "NnagflaR" wrote
    I found this reference.

    Activate Windows using Microsoft Text Telephone

    Another option might be to have a hearing person be there for the phone
    Rock, Jun 4, 2007
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  3. NnagflaR

    NnagflaR Guest

    Thanks for your help, but I do not have at TT/TTY phone. I guess I'm really
    kinda confused as to why I have to do this for a piece of software that I
    bought and paid for. Ubuntu doesn't make me ask for big brother's permission
    when I want to reinstall. Oh, and it doesn't crash once a day either. Oh,
    and it's free.
    NnagflaR, Jun 4, 2007
  4. NnagflaR

    Rock Guest

    Then use Ubuntu. Otherwise those are the options for activation in Vista
    (and XP), as far as I can tell. Good luck.
    Rock, Jun 4, 2007
  5. If you can only find reasons to use Ubuntu, by all means do so.
    There is no one forcing anyone to use a particular operating system.

    You can also return Vista as long as you have had it less than 45
    Very easy if you live in North America.
    Jupiter Jones [MVP], Jun 5, 2007
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