Discussion in 'Computers, Hardware, and Operating Systems' started by N3DT, Jan 11, 2018.
Why not ?
W7 OEM is tied to the mother board. It can only be replaced for the same kind of motherboard because of faults. It's in the contract with the OEM version. I could certainly do it, but they would most likely catch me and deactivate me off after a few updates and I'd have a non legitimate version of windows. Look at just about any computer made by Dell, HP, etc, they are almost all OEM versions. The full versions cost more up front.
The full retail version can be transferred between owners and any single computer.