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Re:It IS a bundle

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on January 07, 2007 11:58 AM
why would that be illegal? If my company never used the lousy thing, and it just sits there. why can't we sell it and get our money back that way? We could give it away so long as we haven't used it or made copies, right?

I mean, what am I supposed to do with them... Carry them around as if they were a milstone around my neck? Get real.

When the office buys these bundles, these wasted pieces of plastic are about as popular as those AOL CDs you get in the mail. It's insane.

If Dell will give us the money back, then that's great. But if I buy something and don't agree to the license, I should be able to give it away or sell it to someone who actually _will_ agree to the license.

You'll have to excuse me... I'm still peeved they haven't created lemon laws because of MS yet.

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