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Old 20-04-2011
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License policy for Windows 7 OEM

If I sell a computer in the company of Windows 7 OEM installed resting on it and the most important computer board is spoiled and the original board is not obtainable so an appropriate replacement is used beneath warranty stage of the computer. Is this unfilled Microsoft Windows 7 OEM license? From what I've read the license is attached to the motherboard and CPU components. This would force Windows 7 in off mode. As a reseller, our consumer law makes me responsible to repair, replace or refund the money. So this turn out to be an extremely important difficulty on motherboards today's technology is being replaced in a few months.
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Re: License policy for Windows 7 OEM

Users who sprint a Microsoft Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) operating system upgrade or restore the majority of the hardware apparatus resting on your computer and keep the original license
Microsoft OEM operating system software make available through the OEM, with the immunity of an upgrade or alternate of the motherboard. An upgrade or substitution of the motherboard is measured the formation of fresh em software can not be transferred as of a different computer. If the motherboard is upgraded or reinstate for explanation excluding a defect subsequently a new team is created, and a license to function the latest system necessitate. If the motherboard is change by an imperfection, the user does not require obtaining a fresh operating system license for the computer.
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Re: License policy for Windows 7 OEM

Appreciative end users, over time, update their computers in the company of dissimilar components; Microsoft believes that the CPU as the base component that still describes remaining original system. In view of the fact that the motherboard enclose the CPU as soon as the motherboard is replaced for reasons other than imperfection, a fresh PC is essentially produced. For that reason, the OEM original not able to expected to maintain this fresh computer that did not manufacture.
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Re: License policy for Windows 7 OEM

From reading this, it appears they are okay. For the reason that your company is the manufacturer of the computer system, the security company replacement policy comes into play at this point. The following statement is the key. Replacing the motherboard be supposed to be the similar construct and model, or replacement of the manufacturer or its corresponding, as distinct by that manufacturer warranty. If you are able to not reinstate the motherboard through the similar construct and model, it appear that as the manufacturer make a decision what is considered an equivalent replacement warranty.
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Re: License policy for Windows 7 OEM

Normally, an end user to upgrade or replace the entire hardware components within a computer except the motherboard and at a standstill retains the unique software license used for the Microsoft OEM operating system. If the motherboard is upgraded or reinstate in support of reasons other than a defect then a latest team was produced. Microsoft OEM operating system software not able to transfer to the fresh system and license new operating system software is essential. If the motherboard is reinstate for the reason that it is imperfect, it is not necessary to pay for a fresh operating system license for the PC, make available that the replacement of the motherboard is the similar make / model or substitution of the manufacturer or corresponding, as distinct by the manufacturer's warranty.
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Re: License policy for Windows 7 OEM

The explanation for this licensing rule mainly relates to software license terms and maintain of software covered by this Software License conditions. The software end user license terms is a set of usage rights granted to the end user by the PC manufacturer and communicate merely to the rights for that software as installed on that exacting computer. The system builder must be well-matched through the software on the PC original. Considerate that end users, over time, upgrade their PCs through dissimilar components, Microsoft required a base component ?left standing? that still defines the original PC.
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