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Free Microsoft USB Drive

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?

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:

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


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
Please keep this e-mail for your records.

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

Following is a list of the items in your order:

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.


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



frost Says:
March 28th, 2006

USB drive is 16MB in size

Not worth it for me.



david Says:
March 28th, 2006

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


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.


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 ^


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.


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