What restrictions are there with OEM software?

  Dannyb 17:26 20 Mar 07
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I am thinking of buying a programme which would normally be very expensive. However, I have found a place where I can buy an OEM version. Can anybody tell me what differences there would be with this rather than a boxed version.

  Forum Editor 17:38 20 Mar 07

as far as the software itself is concerned.

  spuds 19:54 20 Mar 07

Check to see what product support is available, and make sure that you get the product from a recommended and reliable source.

  The Brigadier 20:30 20 Mar 07

OEM is meant for system builders, it's the same as normal software, but comes with no software support or documentation, apart from the licence.

It's cheaper & does the same as the one costing £££ more.

  terryf 23:57 20 Mar 07

You may find yourself going to the mfr website for info but if I were you I would do this first before you buy and see what information is available that you can download

  €dstowe 10:38 21 Mar 07

Be careful to ensure that the software is genuine from a reliable source and not one of those many pirate products that sell so cheaply.

  Dannyb 07:46 22 Mar 07

Thanks all.

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