I have bought two OEM licenses for windows 7 and installed them on virtual PCs (vmware).
But I need to remove these windows 7 and install them onto different physical machines. If the key has been activated in the vmware, am I required to purchase new license for the PCs? Is it possible to move the key to other PCs even if it is OEM license? I would not want to spend extra money for this.
There is no reason why you won't be able to re-activate Windows on the physical machines. Microsoft however states as soon as the architecture changes you would need a new license. seeing that the licenses
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