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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am going to wipe all of my system drives, as they are just driver filled hell-holes right now. I spent $200 on Windows 10 Pro, and I dont want to lose it or the key, how would I back this all up? Like just Windows, thats it. Responses greatly appreciated

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The key is bound to your microsoft account. Simply logging in with the same credentials should do the trick

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, wirs said:

The key is bound to your microsoft account. Simply logging in with the same credentials should do the trick

Okay, but is there any way I can back it up on a hardware level, in case my microsoft account has a sudden need to screw up my day?

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Your Windows Pro should have a key written, somewhere. Did you buy from store, on line from Amazon, or from Microsoft. 

 

In each case you should have a written key, to write in software when you install.

 

Make sure to keep you purchase receipt. In case something very bad happen. 

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