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Hello,

I'm adding a 120GB SSD to my desktop, and since it's smaller than the current drive with Windows installed, I was planning on just doing a clean install to the SSD (I'm still looking into other options, but going clean seems like a lot less hassle).

The problem is I have an OEM product key, which doesn't work on Microsoft's ISO download service (Which is retail-only). So what are my options for creating installation media for W7 Ultimate SP1?




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Good evening Richard,

Maybe the best option is clone your old hdd drive into the ssd one if the total amount of used space of the old hdd is not bigger than the ssd's free space.

I would recommend you to use Norton Ghost.

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