- Report: #950123
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Complaint Review: microsoft Microbesoft
microsoft MicrobesoftInternet United States of America
microsoft Microbesoft Check this, i was running at 100% and overclocked. Microsoft offered to tune up my bios. System crashed. 90 degrees so i thought i fried the chip .replaced it no good.The mother board was fried instead " Check this, i was running at 100% and overclocked worked just fine 24 hrs.Microsoft offered to tune up my bios. System crashed.It was at 90 degrees f so i thought i fried the chip. So i replaced it, Internet
The hard drive had actual physical damage internally.Replaced the drives.Computer works again,even better.Now microsoft says my software is counterfeit and won't authenticate as geniune and offers me to purchace a new operating system ($120).Turns out my copy of windows 7 is listed as oem whatever that means.I didnt see anything indicating different types of operating system .
Windows 7 is windows 732 or 64 right.Nope ,since i changed the motherboard microsoft can' recognise it as the same computer.They need $129 to help?oTurnes out the oem system was registered to the other motherboard that burnt out.It cant be registered to the new one.So i have been denied by desktop backround and i keep getting these annoying messages to register windows.Please I would like to take this opertunity to thank bill gates microsoft harvard and ibm for getting him his start.
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