[Scottish] Windows Vista Business value thingy

Colin.Speirs at scotland.gsi.gov.uk Colin.Speirs at scotland.gsi.gov.uk
Tue Feb 20 11:15:49 GMT 2007

> Umm, I won a Dell 820D laptop. It claimed on the notice that it was
> of the
> line, but the spec seemed fairly mid to low to me, aprt from the 256MG

> Graphics card, which may be necessry given the flash in Vista.
> Don't have my hands on it yet, they have to preload Vista and Office 
> 2007 on
> it, but I don't think the MS top man was too chuffed when I asked  if
> had all the drivers for the laptop's kit. So I may not get it after
all, or 
> get some dog that is barely running.

Send back the media and license agreement and see if you can get a cash 
refund :o)

Don't think I can do that

1) I didn't pay, it was a prize
2) The competition did specify the OS and Office 2007 as the spec of the

I think Ubuntu as a Live thing will be run on it at first, and if that
works nicely without any hasssles I can think about the full install

Or sell it




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