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Windows XP OEM and temporary motherboard replacement /> 
The current motherboard in the computer is starting
to give problem and I'm thinking of performing a temporary motherboard
replacement (the CPU and RAM will also be different). Hard disk will
still be the same.
My XP Home OS is original but OEM version
from shop in SLS.
What are the chances that I'll won't be able to
activate my XP Home OS on the temporarily repaired computer? If I'm
issued a new product key, what happens to the old one (the one tied to
the computer with old damaged motherboard)?
And when I later
change (from the temporary motherboard re
Windows XP OEM and temporary motherboard replacement /> 
The current motherboard in the computer is starting
to give problem and I'm thinking of performing a temporary motherboard
replacement (the CPU and RAM will also be different). Hard disk will
still be the same.
My XP Home OS is original but OEM version
from shop in SLS.
What are the chances that I'll won't be able to
activate my XP Home OS on the temporarily repaired computer? If I'm
issued a new product key, what happens to the old one (the one tied to
the computer with old damaged motherboard)?
And when I later
change (from the temporary motherboard re
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I have Windows 7 home Premium OEM. In the near future i want to
upgrade my motherboard to get sata 3 and usb 3. Does this mean i have
to buy a new license key? Also, is it possible to upgrade from OEM to
retail so that i have the ability to switch out my mobo as i
please.
Thanks
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Hello people, i have just built my gaming pc but the pch fan on the
motherboard does not work so i have returned it to amazon for an
exchange, and also i am getting a new sdd, even though i will have the
same motherboard and ssd will be the same will my oem version of
windows 8.1 pro 64bit work.
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first id like to say sorry for my poor english-
so today my
asrock z77 pro 3 came i put it in and installed my windows 7 oem cd
that i used on the old asus motherboard everything went fine and i
could without a problem activate the windows code
but then i
bluescreened after 40mins or so then again right after i restarted />then i went to the bios and took the turbo mode off as it was put on
4.7ghz and usually my intel 5 3570k is at 3.4ghz then since i havent
gotten a bluescreen
could that have been the reason or could it
have been the oem version of win7
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I know I'm asking this again, I just want to get the most information
from everyone I can, am I allowed to? If I am is it a normal install,
or do I call someone? I heard that it could/would fail, and a number
would pop up on the screen to call, would this happen 1st time i
reactivate it or 5th time i reactivate it? Thanks!
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I bought a cheap asus computer 2 years ago. Since I have upgraded the
CPU, the RAM, the GPU, the PSU and I even have it in a new case. I
really want to buy a new motherboard and upgrade the CPU again. I am
nervous because the version of Windows 7 is OEM. I have had people
tell me that it doesn't matter, all i need is the serial key for
verification when the machine recognizes the new hardware. I have
also read online that you can't upgrade an oem motherboard without
purchasing a new copy of windows. I am keeping my HDD oem boot drive.
Do I need to buy a new copy of windows or can I just swap in a new
motherboard (assuming everything is compatible.)
Thanks!
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