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About that refund...
"about the refund".
Here's the beginning of the EULA again...
END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR MICROSOFT
DESKTOP OPERATING SYSTEMS
IMPORTANT--READ CAREFULLY:This End-User License Agreement("EULA") is
a legal agreement between you (either an individual or a single
entity) and the manufacturer ("PC Manufacturer" or "Manufacturer")
of the computer system or computer system component ("HARDWARE")
with which you acquired the Microsoft software product(s) identified
above ("SOFTWARE PRODUCT" or "SOFTWARE"). If the SOFTWARE PRODUCT is
not accompanied by a new computer system or computer system
component, you may not use or copy the SOFTWARE PRODUCT. The
SOFTWARE PRODUCT includes computer software, the associated media,
and printed materials, and any "online" or electronic documentation.
By installing, copying or otherwise using the SOFTWARE PRODUCT, you
agree to be bound by the terms of this EULA. If you do not agree to
the terms of the EULA, Manufacturer and Microsoft Corporation
("Microsoft") are unwilling to license the SOFTWARE PRODUCT, and you
should promptly contact Manufacturer for instructions on return of
the product(s) for a refund.
So I call the manufacturer and tell them:
1. I didn't install it (they did)
2. I Didnt use it
3. I Didnt copy it.
4. I need instructions on return of the product for a refund.
Is the manufacturer required, by law,
to tell me the VALUE of this unused "software"?