I think you're all being trolled.
I think he is trying to reinforce the old concept that the discs are just for a Dell and thus not legal the way I have used them
I'm not at work now to get a picture, but I can pretty much guarantee the discs would naturally say...for use only on a Dell.. but as stated previously, I think this is because it is the way it has historically been in the past.
Those discs certainly would not work on a hand built machine.
Either way, it works, I have the valid license and I cannot ever see anybody getting busted our fined for doing this.
I think this has run its course -- Pparks1 is 100% correct - and it's perfectly legal -- one key = one license for retail -- the actual installation media doesn't matter -- Win 7 or even VISTA you could even add your own images to a standard install disc - what determined the version of Windows that got installed was the key.
Things like the DELL logo come up via logon splash screen initiated from the Bios logon procedure so installing a DELL install disc on a non DELL machine with your legit key shouldn't throw up a DELL Logo at logon.
Time to move on to a more productive discussion don't you think guys !! -- otherwise its a bit like what happens when "An irresistible Force meets an Unmoveable Block".
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