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Pros: It's a Notebook
Cons: It's Refurbished warranty expired in 3 months Unfavorable customer support with HP, they say I have to pay for a new hard drive, recovery media (CD/DVD) because the refurbished Notebook did not come with a Recovery Media CD/DVD get this because, because, because, it was REFURBISHED!
Other Thoughts: It had been expired for 5 days and I was not able to contact HP due to hospitalization.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Brinkmann Patio 2Burner Gas Grill 810-3260-SB Smoker & Grill
Pros: Grills well, holds heat, materials Solid once assembled, good price, space saver for my small apartment deck. Made Great Steaks for Hubby and Me :)
Cons: Instructions leave a lot to imagination, upside down take it a part turn it around and learn patience. Some bends in the metal that pop out no biggie it's not apparent once assembled. Don't trust the pictures of the instructions depth it not prevalent in the artists mind.
Other Thoughts: I love grilled food. This little grill is classy looking on my deck and now to find a grill cover for its size without swallowing it up. The quest is on.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
Pros: Windows 7 layout is user friendly with the classic style of Home XP layout or the Sleek style of Windows 7 layout I enjoy having the opt, good price, quick delivery
Cons: Computer is slightly lagging on the 64-bit where it was not on the 32-bit. Could be due to settings that I contol and have yet to discover. I show 2 Program File folders which threw me off at first and I found out it was normal with 64-bit.
Other Thoughts: I was in need of support from Microsoft after the install and was refused because it is an OEM.
On Sat, 29 Dec 2012 19:47:14 +0000, Carol_11-29 wrote:
Alright, tysm for the quick response time. It is a retail version of Windows 7 Home bought 11/30/12. i requested support for the install and was given a response of i would have to pay. is this correct for install support?
You say it's a retail version, but the response you got makes it sound
like it's an OEM version.
Just in case you're not aware of it, OEM versions can be gotten in two
different ways: preinstalled on an OEM manufactured computer (such as
Dell, Gateway, HP, etc.) or sold in the retail market. So just because
you bought it retail doesn't mean it's a retail version.
Here is a quote from the "Microsoft Licensing Guide","There is a growing market for Do-it-Yourself Home Hobbyists who assemble PCs from components for their own use. Microsoft FPP full version software licenses are the appropriate licenses for this market. OEM System Builder software is not intended for this use unless the PC that is assembled is being sold to another party."
Display Name: Iva P.
Date Joined: 10/29/07
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