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I'm building myself a new computer and bought an OEM copy of Windows 7. They don't include a Windows 7 sticker to put on my computer case. Does anyone know where to get a genuine Windows 7 decal?

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Try eBay...shop.ebay.com/items/… – Moab Feb 10 '11 at 17:25
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What do you even need it for? Microsoft won't care – Ivo Flipse Feb 10 '11 at 17:41
    
I thought you meant the hologram/proof of license/certificate of authenticity sticker rather than a logo sticker. The former (perhaps not adhesive) should be packaged with the disk. Apparently, however, you mean the latter. – Dennis Williamson Feb 10 '11 at 19:09

OEMs put Windows (and AMD/ATI, Intel, nVIDIA, etc...) stickers on their cases for advertising purposes; they are paid by the companies whose sticker it is. I doubt you'll be able to get a genuine Windows sticker just for your box, unless you happen to work somewhere where they're laying around.

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You can make your own. Print to Avery adhesive labels or similar.

http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic144808.html\

Or visit a local Independent Computer shop, most of them either sell or give them to you, especially if you buy something from them occasionally.

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