So, I recently bought a new Vertex 3 SSD (hey, it was $70, and I keep everything backed up, if it fails, it isn't a big deal to me) This is going to let me move my old 128gb V100 into my netbook. The only issue is that like most laptops, MSi cheaped out and didn't give me a Win7 disk. I've found an .iso of win7 Home Premium (32bit) which is what I have, but apparently, the key I have is only valid with a MSi version of Windows, not the general distribution version. This is really frustrating me. As far as I can tell, what I'm doing is legal. I'm trying to re-install the same version of windows that came on my laptop on it, but M$ security is preventing it. I don't want to have to shell out $30 for MSi to send me a windows disk, and I shouldn't have to. I could also get a hacked key, but I already own the freaking licence I want to use, so I shouldn't have to break the law to use it! Does anyone know any work-arounds? I've tried the 'just don't authorize it' route, and it's a giant PITA.