There is no recommended process. Personally, I'd use whatever utility the
drive manufacture offers for "cloning" the old hard drive to the new one,
then when asked to re-activate just call the telephone number and it will
take only a few minutes.
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"Phil" <Phil@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I want to replace my existing main internal hdd with a faster, higher
> capacity model.
> I'm aware there are likely to be be licencing problems after a disk clone.
> Will someone please give me a link for the micorosoft recommended process