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    My current PC is eleven years old and showing signs of age.
    I plan to build my own custom PC with an Intel CPU. (Core I7-10700K)
    I have created the Windows installation media on a USB drive.
    My current Windows 10 licence is digital and linked to my Microsoft account.
    I originally had Windows 7 pro (OEM disc) which was 'upgraded' to Windows 10 when it was released.
    I still have the Windows 7 disc with its product key.
    My question is:
    Can I transfer my Windows 10 licence to the new PC when it is built?
    If so, do I need to unlink the licence from the old PC first?
    Or, could I use the Windows 7 product key again to activate the new Windows 10 installation?

    Thank you in advance for your assistance.

    Mark
    Last edited by BaldeRunner; 11-17-2021 at 12:43 PM.
    11-17-2021 10:00 AM

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