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OPK for OEM?


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georgewashington16

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I am building a computer that is going to be able to use windows vista 64-bit. If I get an OEM copy, do I need this thing called an OPK? Will that come with the OS DVD? Could someone further explain OPK's to me? Thanks.
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No, OPK is more so if your building a computer as a business, not an individual.
It goes further into detail here
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You can use the OPK (OEM Preinstallation Kit) on your own installation if you really wanted to, but no you don't have to.
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Okay thanks for clearing it up for me guys. :)
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