I hope this isnt the "worlds oldest news", but I havent done this in decades. I have a a ASUS Thin Client (Intel Atom 1,6GHz) here with a 250GB HDD, Win 10 Pro 64bit on it, KMS activated. Now, this Thin Client died and the only option to work with today was an AMD Desktop PC (5200+). As there wasnt any very important data on it and I had some time left, I took the HDD from the Intel Thin Client, placed it into the AMD Desktop and booted it up. While I remember what happened back in the days, when you put a HDD with Windows on it, from 1 PC into another (1 Intel System 1 AMD), Windows sometimes wouldnt start up or even show a bluescreen. To my surprise, a short "Getting devices ready" showed up and the windows system ran without any problems. So I thought, why not put it into a 3rd system...and again, a short "Getting devices ready" showed up on a modern MSI gaming Laptop. I guess I could continue this all day...now the question would be, is this supposed to be like this, does it have to do with KMS activation or am I the only one who does such things, hence remmbering this scenario from 10.000 BC.