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Old July 12, 2007, 09:01 AM
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One thing you have to consider, however, is that if he is using thE OEM license for his computer, then it is against the EULA for him to change motherboards, and therefore illegal. This is not so if you have a retail license of windows.

When I upgraded my old DELL (as stated above) the license key I had with my DELL didn't work when I was trying to re-register windows, so I called Microsoft and just said I was upgrading an old computer, I even said it was a DELL, and they just said (with an Indian accent mind you) "That's fine, here's your new product key."
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