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    Post windows 10 ssd upgrade

    I want to upgrade my son's computer to a bigger SSD drive. Can I still do this myself or do I have to now contact Microsoft? What is the procedure now that I have windows 10?

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    You should be able to image your current Windows 10 installation to a larger SSD without losing Activation. Changing the motherboard would be a bigger issue

    Jerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwitalka View Post
    You should be able to image your current Windows 10 installation to a larger SSD without losing Activation. Changing the motherboard would be a bigger issue

    Jerry
    Exactly, since the chipset has not changed

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