Bob Andersson wrote:.
But remember that if you are about to do a fresh install then you should "deactivate" your apps where appropriate before you do anything else. Failure to do so may mean that when you reinstall them and use your activation code that activation may fail as the code has been used too many times. This happened to me earlier this year with two apps and I ended up wasting a lot of time persuading the companies concerned that I wasn't a pirate.
Thomas wrote:As far as I see, Office 2007 has no deactivate button.
But you should be careful with Adobe CS software.
Gordon Laing wrote:So does anyone have any recommended software for playback of Blu ray on Windows 7? I was using Power DVD under XP, but may switch to Total Media Theater.
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