URCDkeys Microsoft Windows 10 Pro OEM CD KEY GLOBAL $16.4, Retail Version $32.8 from TechpowerUp

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Microsoft Windows 10 Pro OEM CD KEY GLOBAL $16.4
Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Retail CD KEY GLOBAL $32.8
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  • +7 votes

    Something something $3 eBay keys.

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    Surprise Surprise….

    Unresolved Reports
    2 for Illegal/Inappropriate
    1 for Sockpuppeting

  • +2 votes

    I bought similar from eBay and it was blacklisted so have to dispute case and get refund from paypal

  • +2 votes

    Use LTSC guys

  • -1 vote

    And downvote we go, Volume License keys which can't be resold

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    If you have an education email you can get Windows 10 Education free.
    I have 4 x Alias with my Uni email and can get 4 x Windows 10 Education..

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      Could you give me the link?
      Thanks

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        I don't think he's offering, but you do realise using his Windows Education edition would be just as dodgy as a $3 eBay key?

        Other than breach of EULA etc etc and old mate risking a kick in the pants from his sysadmin, MS statement is that Windows EDU verifies that the device has authenticated with the licenced organisation every 180 days.

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      Able to PM a code?
      Thank you

  • +2 votes

    There's a retail version for double the price for those home PC builders who need a legit licence - LOL

    Seriously, for trouble-free and legit computing just buy a genuine copy of the OS you require (you'll only have to buy it once), or try an open source OS such as Linux Mint. You may be surprised…

    It's buyer beware with these keys; you know what they are (see comments above). In theory, their support/validity can be withdrawn at any time.

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      where to get this?

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      Does anyone know if there's an easy way to get Linux OS to play Bluray disks? MakeMKV sounds like a bit of an hassle to rip and then play. Looking for something that decrypts on the fly.

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        DumpHD was my way but that's really ripping the older bluray disc's onto your computer first (which isn't illegal as it's a backup of your own disc). Don't know of any good on the fly ones unfortunately.

        I know MakeMKV is meant to be able to stream the bluray to other players. Never used it myself so I'm not sure, but from what I was told, you basically stream it to VLC or something like that.

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      About as legit as using KMS Activator

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    I bought one the other day to get me through a ssd failure and assuming I had lost the licence as my laptop didn't have the windows licence sticker. Turns out the activation links to your Microsoft login.

    So I have a spare (not 100% sure legit) Windows 10 pro key. If anyone wants it it's yours. First in best dressed.

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      I'm definitely interested in this spare key if yours

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      More to this, it actually links to your motherboard. So if you reformat your computer, install Windows, skip the serial key. Next time it activates it will know it's been activated on this motherboard.

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        Oh well there you go, in the past I've been able to restore from the partition that allows a factory reset. But as my ssd was fried I had no back up.
        I've ensured I gave my win10 bootable usb in a safe place for future.
        That was a massive headache to say the least.

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      My OEM licence key was incorporated into the label sticked of my OEM DVD Edition. I had a motherboad bios failure on a new pc build. After reinstalling component drives (SSD & HDD) etc to repacement PC, the ipreviously Windows 10 Pro OEM O/S on the SSD failed to boot. Rather than stuff around with the instructions on th Microsoft web-site (which was out-of-date), I called MicroSerf and had the O/S re-activated to update the new motherboard to work with the original drives etc. If memory serves me, the MS O/S OEM editions check ups to 10 separate components before allowing re-installation. It automatically rejects a change in m/board or boot drive as these are treated as if installing on more than one licenced pc. If you clone your replacement drive using an Acronis drive image or similar it will accept (can't verify this). I'm now retired and out of the loop these days and these licencing requirements are always subject to change.

      Cheers and beers :)

  • +1 vote

    Win 10 pro @ozgameshop 84.95 absolutely no issues and legitimate https://www.ozgameshop.com/operating-systems/microsoft-windo...

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    I had to replace a fried motherboard a few weeks back which still accepted my system M2 ‘C’ drive but required me to reactivate my win 10 pro. I couldn’t find my original OEM CD so I actually got one for $7.50 from eBay and that worked with no issues.

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    After doing my due diligence I bought a Windows 10 Pro key from scdkeys.com, and have had no issues with it. They just emailed me a coupon code 2BF for "best deals" but they don't specify the discount. Their current price for a Windows 10 Pro key before discounts or coupons is $21 AUD. Hope this helps.

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    Some clever people have found how to generate a key.
    All over the web.

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    The retail key is the interesting part … lots of companies sell OEM keys which will work same as OEM packs from MSY, etc. Some sell MSDN keys which when number of times issued is exceeded stops working ….. retails keys are designed so that you can ring Microsoft and ask for assistance unlike OEM where you ask retailer for assistance.

    So you can call Microsoft for retail key and they will tell you if it is a retail key within the paypal protection period.

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