Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
> I asked much the same question of some random guy in PC world when I
> was trying to buy a dirt cheap system at the time and he couldn't find
> the W2k disks.
>> "I'll be running Linux, I don't need the Windows disks" -- said I
> "It's the law, we have to supply you with a set of drivers and other
> media, to resotre the system to the way we sold it to you" -- said he.
>> "I'm not above bribery " -- said I.
>> Funnily enough, he didn't feel compelled to pay me money, in order to
> let me have the system.
>Hmm, I got a nice discount in CompuStore (it was a couple of years ago)
when I bought a printer there cos the guy couldn't find the driver
disk. I didn't need it, but without it he couldn't sell that printer to
96% of his market :-)
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