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Posted by David  •  Mar 28th, 2006 11:20:43 am - Subscribe | Mood: full | Music: Reggie and the Full Effect - All

Free Microsoft USB Drive

Did I catch your interest? Well good becouse I'm going to show you a way to get a Free USB Drive by simply answering 4 questions on the Microsoft Website. Well to get things started here are the answers to the questions that will be asked.

Questions & Answers
1. How many ways are there to obtain a full Microsoft® Windows® Desktop license?
Answer:2

2. Volume License Agreements cover Windows Desktop operating system upgrades only.
Answer: True

3. OEM operating system licenses are non-transferable.
Answer: True

4. The most cost-effective way to acquire an initial, full underlying Windows Desktop license is preinstalled.
Answer: True [reply]

Mystery Solved - Free Microsoft USB Drive

To confirm that you will recieve a Free Micorosft USB Drive I have added my information below to keep you at ease. happy.gif


My Information from Microsoft
USB Drive - Corporate
USB Drive Loaded With:

FAQs
Windows Licensing Guide
License Brief
Product Information
Transfer Of Volume License Information
Additional Resources

Part Number Language Media Price (USD)
USBCORP English USB $0.00

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Your order will ship free of charge via Standard - U.S. Postal Service ($0.00).

Please allow six to eight weeks for delivery.

My Order Information
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Please keep this e-mail for your records.
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Microsoft has received your order, and it is being processed.

Ordered From: USB Corporate
Order Number: 1000014294
Order Date: March 28, 2006

Ship to:
David Polanco
San Antonio TX 78229
United States

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Following is a list of the items in your order:
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Part Number: USBCORP
Product Name: USB Drive (Corporate)
Qty: 1
Unit Price: 0.00
Item Total: 0.00

Subtotal: 0.00
Shipping: 0.00
Total: 0.00 USD
(USD = US Dollar)

Note: This total includes estimated taxes. Final tax will be calculated upon shipping which may adjust your final total.

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Conclusion
Well with all that stuff in mind, go and get yours and you will be transfering files from PC to PC with your Free USB Drive.

Comments 7  •  Mar 28th, 2006 11:20:43 am - Subscribe  •  Tweet this entry | Post a comment



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frost Says:
March 28th, 2006

USB drive is 16MB in size

Not worth it for me.

--FrosT

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david Says:
March 28th, 2006

Free & 10 mins of your time is worth it. Lazy kid. happy.gif

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wade Says:
March 28th, 2006

I signed up about a month a go. It's rumored to be 128MB in size and a real pain to free it of the locked microsoft info, but free is good.

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mdeleon Says:
March 28th, 2006

PC to Mac and Mac to Mac too david, at least thats what my Lexar 256mb Jumpdrive does, I ordered one a while back and i'll probably just give it to someone since mmine already hold alot of files/unedited podcasts i have to transfer plus some apps that run right off of it.

anonymous Says:
March 30th, 2006

hey, david. did you actually get one. i got an e-mail that there on back-order. i guess too many people rushed to get it.

mavmanager2000 Says:
March 30th, 2006

hmm that was me above ^

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frost Says:
March 30th, 2006

Seriously, 16 MB's what is the use? That drive would cost maybe $5, maybe. You can get a 1 gig for $50 now. Thats about 100x the space. What can fit on it? 1 Word document...maybe? Not worth it.

--Jim

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