Problem W10 key activation, microsoft acc linked to 2 devices

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    Problem W10 key activation, microsoft acc linked to 2 devices


    I'm unable to activate a W10 pro key on my notebook (error code 0xc004c008) and I think this is due to my microsoft account being linked to my main PC aswell as my notebook. Can I somehow change my microsoft acc on my notebook ? The windows copy for my notebook is a different one compared to the one on my PC (btw first post so sorry if there are any problems with the post)
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    It says edition does not match. Did you purchase a license for Windows 10 Pro?
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    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    It says edition does not match. Did you purchase a license for Windows 10 Pro?
    yes, my dad bought windows 10 pro for oem and I dont know whether it has something to do with this,but my PC has W10 home
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    You can't upgrade home to Pro with an OEM product key. You can only do a clean install with it.
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    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    You can't upgrade home to Pro with an OEM product key. You can only do a clean install with it.
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