|28 Oct 2009||#1|
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Use Student download to "upgrade" new laptop?
Can an .iso of the Win 7 Student download be used to "upgrade" a new laptop with the same version of Win 7, thus getting rid of unwanted programs? In other words, do a clean install using the .iso on DVD, then using the registration key from the new Win 7 laptop?
Assuming it will work, how much problem is there likely to be with drivers?
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