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Cannot e-mail photos.

Just installed home and student after free trial.can attach photos to mail template but when but when I hit the send button nothing happens.then get message that product has expired and do I want to convert; enter product key details but these are rejected.pproduct bought from reputable store. I do not use windows live system for my mails preferring to use windows mail basic system.

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It only means to say that you need to install a full version of the microsoft windows vista ultimate edition. you need to purchase to any near computer shops so that you can enter the product key. or you may contact your computer manufacturer to provide you the installation disk of the softwae you want to use.

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