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julesn

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Hi, does anyone know the rules around MS licensing please. i have oem windows 98 software and oem office software. Am i legally allowed to buy upgrades for these machines still or do i need to buy full versions of the newer software? Any help would be gratefully received. Thanks in advance.
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You can buy upgrades for your machine. In fact, microsoft would love you to buy upgrades so they make more cash.
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Are you saying these "disks" are OEM Win98 disk and OEM Office disk, or are you saying these disks are "OEM manufacture disks" that came with your machine.

What kind of machine do you have? Did you build it yourself, or was it built by Dell, compaq, hp, etc.

It's quite important to know.

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