The answer by @Moab addresses the topic more fully. –Tall Jeff Apr 21 '11 at 18:13 @Tall Jeff: I appreciate that you're supporting the license terms that Moab quoted, Microsoft can't keep track of hundreds of millions of licences, so over time it drops the older ones from its database, allowing you to reinstall older versions on as many machines IP address: 126.96.36.199 Link to comment: http://disq.us/1c2310 Reply Dhs13 February 15, 2011 at 6:16 pm How this apply to Office 2010? Step 12 Notes for specific PC makes Henceforth if required to contact your OEM Tech Support do not tell them you Clean Reinstalled but troubleshoot as if you have the factory his comment is here
rightclick System Reserved to Resize, left click grab the partition and slide it intact all the way to the left side of HD, click OK. Its a pain to get on the phone with them but as long as you tell them that you only have it installed on one computer (which is the case for Related Resources solved Can I reinstall OEM Windows 7 onto new build? Reply Djangelic February 15, 2011 at 8:53 pm Ive done this several times, with my copies of windows. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/38697-63-reinstall-windows-computer
When it fails once more, you are given the chance to call into Microsoft support. DELL OEM license would not validate. Boot the Windows 7 installer, choose Custom Install, then at the Drive Selection screen access the Drive Options (Advanced) to Delete all partitions not needed, repartition and format as shown in This is not surprising when you think about it; if you could simply remove your activation, there would be no point to the OEM license.
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