First off, is it possible to deactivate Windows 7? If not, ignore the rest of this post.
If I were to deactivate Windows 7 on one PC then uninstall, THEN install and reactivate on different PC. Would it work?
The reason I'm asking is because I'm planning on building my own gaming PC to replace my existing one and I want to install Windows 7 64-bit using the 64-bit installation CD that came with my 3 PC Windows 7 Upgrade (the Family pack one).
Problem is, Windows 7 (32-bit, not 64-bit) has already been installed on 3 different computers (my desktop, my Mum's laptop and my Sister's laptop) which means the product key has already been used up to the maximum 3 uses.
I sure hope this wasn't too garbled :confused:
(signed up to these forums just to ask this)