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Is an '06 Electra Glide Classic pre-wired to add a cb radio?


Hi, Jack I would have to say yes if you switch to a Harley radio that has CB part # 76416-06c but if your going to add an aftermarket CB probably not for this situation I would call my local dealer or reputable shop's service/parts department and inquire about any possible quick fix, answers, or parts inquiry. For more information about your issue and valuable "FREE" downloads that you will need please click on the blue links below and for more specific information or questions at no charge please feel free to contact me at xlch@mail.com. Good luck and have a wonderful day.
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Product id 00346 oem 8992752 50258


OEM is usually for the specific PC is it not? PreInstalled...cannot use an OEM ID for a clean version from retail. There should be a prodkey with the software box/disk.

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My PRODUCT ID is 00426-OEM-8992662-00497. so pls send me activation key for this product id. it is already expired. so pls help me.


If this is an OEM version of Windows then it has no activation key as OEM versions are "Pre-Activated" via the BIOS when booting to the OEM media to install the operating system.
If you installed the OS without booting to the OEM media (Or installed OEM media on a system from a different manufacturer), it will prompt for activation and there is no OEM key to activate it (Catch 22)
If this is an OEM system (HP, Acer, Dell etc) and you have the OEM media, boot to the media and run a clean installation of Windows (Delete the existing NTFS partition then create a new NTFS partition) to resolve

Jul 10, 2011 | Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate for PC

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I have nero 7 essential OEM software it can be work with vista


the oem software shouldnt require a serial just type oem there and it will work

Jun 08, 2010 | Ahead Software Nero 7 Essentials Suite...

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Nokia 5800 OEM


Hi,

OEM generally means "original equipment manufacturer." Sometimes it is referred to as "bulk packed", "white box", "brown box" and "gray market".
Almost all PC component and software vendors make two versions of the same product based on a difference in the distribution channels. Retail ("distribution") is the main consumer channel, whilst OEM (to various systems manufacturers) is another.
The retail channel typically uses colourful retail boxed products, with installation manuals, software CDs etc. Of course the cost of making the nice-looking packages is passed on to you, the customer. Retail packages are also more voluminous, and therefore cost more to ship. The OEM channel distributes products mainly to system builders and integrators, for example Dell, HP and Sun (the OEMs) and many small ones such as the mom-and-pop shop on the corner and embedded systems designers. These bulk-pack products do not have fancy packaging materials and are often produced in much higher volume, both of which result in much lower prices that are not generally available to the public. The OEM products are of the same quality as their retails counterparts. However sometimes the manufacturer warranty is different, shorter or non existent. They also tend not to include supporting materials such as manuals and drivers when applicable, however these are available for download (which tend to be more current versions anyway). Where ever possible DiscounTechnology.com distributes and sells the OEM versions of products (e.g. SCSI hard drives). This allows our customers to benefit from substantially reduced capital costs and much improved return on investment (R.O.I.). Besides the packaging and prices, there are sometimes other subtle and not-so-subtle differences between the retail and OEM versions of a product. Here are a few examples.
Warranty: Many types of OEM hardware components come with the same warranty as retail boxed ones. One well-known exception is hard drives. Retail boxed hard drives often come with a three or five year warranty, while the warranty of OEM drives is the responsibility of the reseller. Please check the product page for Limited Warranty information where applicable. We believe the substantial price savings of OEM hard drives easily justifies the difference in the warranty. Some of our OEM drives are 50% the price of a retail drive. That means you'd have to have more than two drives fail after the end of our warranty, but before the end of the retail warranty before the retail warranty would save you any money. That assumes that the replacement drives are the same price in the future. However as we all know, technology price continually drop. So in 5 years when your drive is likely to fail, how much will a replacement be? Will you want the same "small" capacity in five years anyway?
N.B. Many computer systems manufacturers (e.g. IBM, Dell, HP) will ONLY warranty drives installed in their systems if the drives have their OEM part numbers. So if your server or system has an active warranty, it may cover our OEM drives, if you select a part with a OEM part number from that same manufacturer (meaning Dell OEM for Dell servers etc.).
Bundled Software: Sometimes the retailed version comes with bundled applications software, whereas the OEM version may not. This is especially true for high-end video and audio cards. How useful such bundled software is to you needs to be carefully weighed against the price difference.
Manual and Support: The hard-copy manual for the OEM version may be limited to one per shipping box. However, the vast majority of information is on the manufacturer's web site. Some manufacturers claim that they do not support their own OEM products. The OEMs are supposed to do the support. In such cases, discountechnology.com will provide the technical guidance to help you install the product.

Thanks.

Sep 07, 2009 | Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Smartphone

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Upper exhaust gasket 2006 buell xb9sx


Product number: HD65324-83A OEM product number: 561305 OEM product number: 561305Buell Exhaust OEM product number: 561305 OEM product number: 561305 OEM product #561305
Buell exhaust gasket for all Buell models.
you need 2 of them.
Product number: HD65324-83A OEM product number: 561305

Mar 24, 2009 | 2006 Buell Lightning CityX XB9SX

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Product key


The product key has to match the CD. In other words, an OEM XP sticker found on a computer case requires an OEM XP CD with the same Service Pack level and version. An Upgrade CD won't work with an OEM serial #. OEM Home SP1 Sticker = OEM Home SP1 CD OEM Professional SP2 Sticker = OEM Professional SP2 CD Yes, it can be a pain getting the two to match up since most of the stickers I've seen do not indicate whether they are SP1 or SP2.

Sep 22, 2007 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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