NewPC's/Laptops Are CD's still supplied?

  BLUELEN 22:09 16 Sep 04
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I am about to purchase a new laptop. Can anyone tell me whether copy disks (o/s and any other loaded software) are still supplied as standard, without additional cost. Tiny supply them if you purchase various warranties and stated to me that no-one supplies them anymore. That is clealy not the case going by the MESH thread. However I am finding it difficult on many companies websites to see if disks are supplied.
Grateful for any feedback.Thanks

  Diodorus Siculus 22:23 16 Sep 04

Most vendors do provide an OS cd - either as full, or in the form of a recovery CD. Also, most provide the retailer with a CD of drivers for the components used.

Tiny is one of the few, if not the only, to charge in such a way.

Novatech will provide a machine without an OS if you want.

  Diodorus Siculus 22:24 16 Sep 04

Most vendors do provide an OS cd - either as full, or in the form of a recovery CD. Also, most provide the retailer with a CD of drivers for the components used.

Tiny is one of the few, if not the only, to charge in such a way.

Novatech will provide a machine without an OS if you want.

  terryr48 22:26 16 Sep 04

Depends what make you buy-I know samsung provide discs (or at least they did last year when I bought my laptop) also Medion that aldi sell still provide all the discs. I would e-mail any companies that you are interested in buying from
If they don't bother to reply don't buy from them-hope this helps

  JYPX 13:07 17 Sep 04

BLUELEN - Have a quick look at this thread click here

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