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I would like to know what is the cheapest way to aquire 98 or 2000.
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Just in case I am not looking for pirated things.
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Tried eBay?
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I've never bought anything online before and am unsure to tell if what I am looking at on ebay is legit.[My original thought in asking this question was that I remembered hearing that it was possible to pick leftover discs from manufacturers in mom and pop shops but I'll take it anyway I can get it.][Wouldn't Mind XP either though]
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