Originally Posted by ~Darkseeker~
If you look on MS's website, they have a tool that lets you create an ISO image, and it will even let you burn it to disk straight from the utility assuming that you have a DVD Rewriter.
I think, though I may be mistaken; that when you upgrade from a valid copy of Win7 to Win10, it embeds the details for that product key somewhere, so if you do a fresh copy over the top of Win10 with a Win10 disk, it should auto-activate and be dandy.
Though, and this is the best part for me, Windows 10 will take any valid Win7 or Win8 product key for activation now.
Hrmmm, that all sounds fine and dandy I guess. One small problem though, and I'm going to try to be honest as honest as I can here.
My computer was bought with Windows 8 on it. I installed Windows 7 not long after (Pretty straightforward so far).
Now, I'm not sure if I have my old Windows 8 Product ID laying around somewhere or if there is any way to find it....
It exists, I'm pretty sure. Where, however? I'm not sure. Somewhere in cyberspace perhaps. I may have written it down, I have to look but I'm not too confident.
You wouldn't happen to know a means of tracking down my old number? I'm going to scour the booklets and stuff I got when I bought it. Meanwhile, I'll burn that CD as well.
Big thanks though for the response Dark