Windows 10: Installing New Drive Solved

  1.    22 Oct 2015 #1

    Installing New Drive


    I am going to install a SSD into my desktop PC. Once info is transferred to new drive, will my version of 10565 still be activated or will I have to contact MS because of hardware upgrade?
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       22 Oct 2015 #2

    I just installed a new SSD yesterday and my RTM build was still activated. If you use a WMA you will be fine.
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       23 Oct 2015 #3

    neveready said: View Post
    I am going to install a SSD into my desktop PC. Once info is transferred to new drive, will my version of 10565 still be activated or will I have to contact MS because of hardware upgrade?
    No, because Microsoft now has a "footprint" of your computer and knows it's "legit". So, everything should be fine.
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