Just bought a Win7 Ultimate and I think it's a MSDN can some confirm, please. RRS feed

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  • Hi,

    If possible to get an answer before friday Nov 12th, I can then stop the payment and not loose my money.

    Thanks in advance,



    Diagnostic Report (1.9.0027.0):
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    OGAExec.exe Signed By: N/A, hr = 0x80070002
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    Tuesday, November 9, 2010 9:39 PM


  • Windows Product ID: 00426-068-0639692-86456
    < BR>
    Yes, it is an MSDN key.
    Wednesday, November 10, 2010 4:25 AM

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  • Windows Product ID: 00426-068-0639692-86456
    < BR>
    Yes, it is an MSDN key.
    Wednesday, November 10, 2010 4:25 AM
  • Thank you for the quick response. Though it wasn't what I hoped for but at least I will be able to stop the payment and get my money back.

    It is weired that these are availble to buy. The package and eveything must be genuine (sure looks like it to me anyway) except for the the actual key.

    Well thanks again for answereing the question


    Korben sallaD
    Wednesday, November 10, 2010 12:13 PM
  • The thieves have enough money to purchase the equipment and supplies to print just about anything. According to an article (listed in the newest sticky in this forum) one such group even had a spool of fake ribbon for the COA's that if stretched out would measure 81 miles long. These people will sell one key, over and over again until it comes back as blocked. In response to this MS has changed the TN accounts and how keys are issued, it will make it tougher and less profitable for the bad guys but it also impact the people who have legitmate need for these types of accounts. Like everything else in this world, a few bad apples make it very tough on all of us.

    The best way to prevent this from happening to you and to make this less appealing to the bad guys is to educate the consumer on how to safely purchase software or anything that can be counterfited easily for profit. The accounts that the keys are derived from are neccesary for people who develop and deploy software.

    I believe that MS is doing as much as they can, they walk a fine line between protecting intelectual property and the perception that they are being heavy handed or violating privacy. Also, how much money and effort can they exhaust on antipiracy, I think they have to strike a balance that works for them but it occasionaly puts them at odds with thier customers.

    To answer your statement above, the packaged product was not legitimate, it was an elaborate fake almost undetectable from the real product but if you were to report it and let MS look at it I bet they could tell the difference even if it took equipment to do so. The key WAS originaly issued by Microsoft, but for those who know what to look for it is identifiable as an abused TN key.

    Wednesday, November 10, 2010 8:13 PM