- Nov 16, 2015
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I have a Toshiba Satellite L755 with Windows 10 Upgraded from Windows 7 SP2 HP when it could be done at no charge or purchase of a new Product Key. What I need to know is that a fellow employee has the same series Toshiba that I have but he doesn’t want to upgrade to Windows 10 and has an internal DVD/Blu Ray. The Blu Ray doesn’t play but the DVD’s do. I tried different programs that play Blu Ray and when they play they do so with pixilation. I had to return his Laptop because he needed it. What I want to do is take my existing Hard Drive With the Windows 10 out of my laptop and put in another Hard Drive and using the Toshiba Recovery Disk, install the Windows 7 OS on it To see if I can figure out what is going on and why the Blu Ray discs aren’t playing right. My question is, is that I know I will have to put in a new or different Product Key for the Windows 7 OS. But will that affect the Windows 10 OS when I put that Hard Drive back in and will it deactivate that Product Key. Or would that be like booting to another drive without any problems when I change out the Drives?