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What happens if I change my motherboard?
As it pertains to the OEM licenses this will invalidate the Windows 10 upgrade license because it will no longer have a previous base qualifying license which is required for the free upgrade. You will then have to purchase a full retail Windows 10 license. If the base qualifying license (Windows 7 or Windows 8.1) was a full retail version, then yes, you can transfer it.
originally posted by: eriktheawful
a reply to: semperfortis
Well, I'm going to be replacing a motherboard and CPU, new RAM and new video card.
Read that as: replacing all but the HDD
originally posted by: redhot1910
Hi ladiez&gents, new here,
Iam asking the same and cant find right answer for that - Why Is MS Pushing W10 So Hard??