I salvaged my HDD with windows 10 that came pre-installed from my laptop filled with bloatware to use on my desktop in an SSD.
I decided to reset Windows 10 to remove bloatware before migration. When trying to reset to do a clean install, I get an error "There was a problem resetting your PC", so it won't let me reset the windows 10 installation. It also won't connect to the internet even with ethernet cable connected and it isn't recognizing my 2560x1440p monitor, most likely because a lot of the drivers are messed up.
My plan is to migrate the Windows 10 from my HDD that came with my laptop to an SSD. But I want to migrate the bloatware-free version of windows 10, without the bloatware that came with my laptop. So I want to do a clean install of the OEM Windows 10 in a new hardware setting than the original. Than I will use cloning software to migrate to SSD.
I found the Windows 10 product key from my UEFI. How can I do a clean install of windows 10 in my old HDD and migrate it to an SSD?