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If anyone wants O&O DriveLED 4 Pro Free of charge No obligations


lotvic
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If anyone wants O&O DriveLED 4 Pro (Warns in advance of hard disk problems Windows® 7, Vista, XP)

Got email from O&O that says "Perhaps you know of other hard disks (sorry - their owner or owners) that would also like such a gift? Then simply forward this message to them and they too can pick up a free license."

"Free of charge. No obligations. Simply click the link below, enter your e-mail address and within minutes your own personal license will land in your mailbox."

Enter email on this page http://www.oo-software.com/en/special/xmas2011/

more details http://www.oo-software.com/en/products/oodriveled/professional but don't d/load from that page. Direct d/load link for 32bit and 64bit versions is in the email with the licence key.

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lotvic

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Just posting so that grey tick will appear at side ready for me to click on to turn it green to mark as resolved.

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johnnyrocker

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i shall help

johnny

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spuds

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lotvic

Its still an hit and miss affair. Sometimes the tick appears, other times it doesn't.

"I shall help"?.

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lotvic

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Thank you and Merry Christmas :)

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