I read on another thread that after 3 months if you have an OEM version you can install it on another PC...but I think it would need to uninstalled off the first PC first...I think...I maybe wrong tho...
It is a full retail copy, and not a preinstalled version with a recovery CD, as supplied with some PC's. I will of course uninstall the present copy, as the person who is buying my old PC wants the German version, mine is English. Where do I get the info on this?
go to a German site...lol...you should be able to change the language whilst installing it to German...but if he wants a German I would suggest get it from a German site of some sort...but I know with Windows you can change it to any language you want...so shouldnt be a problem really...
Your full retail copy can be installed on your new computer. Some computer makers will install Windows for you if you advise them of the key of your copy of windows. Otherwise you will need to buy a computer without an operating system and install it yourself. This can be difficult if you have a problem with the computer as the manufacturer may claim the computer is ok but your installation with the correct drivers etc is not
You will obviously want to back up your existing files and documents and the Microsoft site will tell you how to transfer the data to your new computer
The existing computer must then have the operating system removed and the buyer must buy and install his own operating system
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