Windows 10: how to upgrade to windows 10 without windows update?

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  1.    29 Jul 2015 #61

    cyberrufus said: View Post
    Looks like you're good to go. Just curious, did it ask for your key? I upgraded from 8.1 and it pulled the key from the BIOS.
    No product key required. I don't know if it came from BIOS or not.
    Windows 10 is up & running!

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  2.    29 Jul 2015 #62

    Congrat's GARoss.
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  3.    29 Jul 2015 #63

    GARoss said: View Post
    No product key required. I don't know if it came from BIOS or not.
    Only began putting the key in BIOS in 8. Glad you got it up and running, regardless.
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