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I am planning on buying an was as my old hard drive boots Windows really slowly and takes time launching applications. After 5 minutes, the pc seems so speed up. 

 

I want don't want to buy a code for Windows 10 so is there a way I could use my old Windows 10 which is activated to activate my new one as I won't need my old one anymore. 

 

I am aware I can skip the part where it asks for a serial code but I would rather not have the activate Windows watermark. 

 

I am new to this so there may be something I said that does not make much sense. 

 

Thanks in advance. 

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If you've had windows 10 installed on the motherboard before then it should be fine. 


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17 minutes ago, MrDrWho13 said:

Skip that part and it will automatically activate from your motherboard.

Should also mention that might not always be the case for older systems with a traditional BIOS so keeping the product key handy is still a good idea.


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