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I already have Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit installed on a standard SATA Drive. I wanted to buy a new SSD and make it the boot drive but I am worried that if I do, I will not be able to install it onto the SSD and activate it since I bought the system builders version. Is it possible since they are going in the same computer?
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    Most HDD manufactures have software to clone their drives what sata drive is in there now? Check out the manufactures website. Also you can do a backup in windows and create a system image. I would do both.
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