- Jan 4, 2003
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Not 100% correct. Once you register your new hardware with windows 10, you no longer need a Key to do a fresh install. You skip the key screen and once windows goes online it will lookup your hardware id and see its already verified for windows 10 and will activate.Ahh so basically I have to sometime in the next 12months do an install of Win10 to register all my hardware to be allowed to use my original w7 key for a fresh install? Am I guessing right?
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