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When you make major changes to the computer,and a motherboard is a major change, you will need to re activate windows if your windows instalation survives the change.
If its an OEM version of windows thats a no go.
If you want to give it a try, back up whatever you dont want to loose and give it a try.
You may want to go into device manager and uninstall the devices that are included on the motherboard. when you boot up install the new drivers off the motherboard cd and you may just get lucky
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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