Windows XP Professional SP3 (MSDN)

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  1. DVD+R

    DVD+R Registered Member

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    I just got my hands on a copy of XP from MSDN (I'm a subscriber) so I get tons of stuff with my paid subscription, Any program I want Bassically :cool:

    This release has XP Professional with SP3 intergrated, and I must say its a great deal smaller to install it this way,than the excess by installing just the SP3 standalone. Also it runs quicker,slicker than any other XP I've recently had. Smooth sailing so far :cautious:
     
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    I am a msdn subscriber also. What you "get" depends on your type of subscription.

    Resources : Developer Tools, Test licences, Exclusive access to pre-release products, Licenses for general business use, Technical Support Incidents, Managed Newsgroups Support, Online Concierge, MSDN Library, MSDN Magazine, MSDN Flash, Discounted Microsoft and MSDN events tickets, Partner offerings.
     
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    i am not an msdn subscriber, and this was free last week, along with the free tool called nlite you can integrate into xp pro/xp home :-*
     
  4. DVD+R

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    Free :blink: I think your misunderstanding my post kC :) SP3 may have been realeased free last week, but I meant that I have the FULL Windows XP Operating System that includes SP3, That Certainly was not Given Away free last week :p
     
  5. kC_

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    oh.. wow :argh:
    i bow down to thy l33tn3ss
     
  6. Chubb

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    BTW, if you opt for the download option only and choose not to receive DVDs, they will extend your subscription for one month.
     
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    We get MSDN developers subscription too.

    It ammusing how many CD/DVD's you get throught the post, got a drawer full of discs and we need very few of them.
     
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