Microsoft OEM System Builder Pack.
If you open this package:
Each individual software license inside package may only be distributed with fully assembled computer system. If the individual software license is for a desktop operating system or application software, it also must be preinstalled on the hard drive of the fully assembled computer system. This preinstallation requirement does not apply to server software.
If you do not open this package:
The entire unopened package may be distributed to another system builder. Because an unopened package is not considered an individual software license. It can be distributed by itself, without any accompanying hardware.
You may only deliver this package or its contents in the territory defined at:http://www.microsoft.com/oem/sblicense/territory
Intended for PC and server manufacturers or assemblers only.
I paid like $106 and it said that it was brand new a special order that it will be sent to manufacturer to make sure its packed what it needs.
When I looked at the page it never said anything about a Builder pack but a kit
The CDs that it came with brand news disks in an envelope with the info above:
-Microsoft Plus for windows xp
-Microsoft Plus Digital Media
-Windows Home Edition (which was previously installed to my computer until it got corrupted) that Includes Service Pack 2 Version 2002. Ihe cover of cd looks like those graphic card designs you see on trading cards.
Here is where I bought it and should be more detail:http://sector29.com/PRODUCT_PAGES/249/249-...b283ed807b183c9
I have a bad feeling I was brought to wrong product. If by any chance I bought wrong software, what would be the wisest place to purchase a windows xp home edition so I can fix my computer already. Everytime i start the computer it goes to the blue screen where it begins to download software until it asks for product key.
below the description of the software, it tells how the product will be checked before it ships to me.