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There isnt one.. Just the way he made it sound before that I had to reactivate it, etc. I guess I shouldnt have used "small issue"
But it's likely that you will have to re-activate it. After all, if you replace the motherboard, then it is basically an entirely new system.
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post #32 of 34
This should help everyone who always thought about having issues when replacing hardware and the need of reinstalling Win7. I always do this, and it always works.

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Windows 7 System Preparation Tool is a powerful, native Windows tool. When for instance used in so called Audit Mode, it let's you to freely configure Windows 7 to be then deployed to other computers as hardware independent image.

In this tutorial we use System Preparation Tool (sysprep) to prepare your Windows 7 installation to be moved to a new computer, keeping all your installed applications, program settings and user profiles. You can use this method for instance when you have bought a new PC and want to transfer your existing setup completely, without need to reinstall everything, or when you want to make major hardware changes like change the motherboard or GPU, which would usually cause Windows to stop booting normally.
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post #33 of 34
I always just swap out the parts and re-activate my software. Only problem I have ever had was Norton which I had to get the key reset by support. But I'm just lazy and don't keep backups, so re-format = bad in my case.
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I keep swapping out my Win7 test drive from AMD to Intel systems, it never fails aside from once, but that was with a Firewire card messing things up. Otherwise, you might get lucky. But with SSD's installing windows takes about 20 minutes maybe.
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