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I installed windows 10 on my laptop by upgrading from windows 7, after which I created an ISO for later use. I would like to do a clean install of win 10 on another computer using the iso. I've got a copy of windows vista ultimate (not installed),....so would I simply do a clean install using the win 10 iso and then when prompted for a key I would enter my windows vista key?
Just checking if that is how it works or do I somehow need to first 'convert' my vista key into a win 10 key before doing the clean install from the iso?
edit: hmmm, it appears the free upgrade is only available for win 7 and 8. No vista upgrade available?
Am I correct in thinking that the windows 7 licence key I used on my laptop can't be used again on my desktop for use in the win10 iso install? (sorry for what may be noob questions, im not use to all this microsoft licence BS as I predominantly use linux)
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Last edited by DarkPoolTrading; October 16th, 2015 at 04:27 AM.
When I installed win 10 pro it could not be installed in a clean installation that had not been made before the update directly from precent version of Windows (7 or 8), after the update you can do the clean install.
So you can install win 8 and then do the update and if you want after that a clean install.
Otherwise I think you can use the win 10 insider preview, I have it on 2 partition.