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    [SOLVED] Swapping out Mobo-Combo w/o reinstalling PCLOS?


    Is that possible?? Or will PCLOS make me reinstall? I'd really prefer not to reinstall is I don't have to.
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    You may don't have to reinstall. It depends on the distro's automatic hardware detection and configuration and on how much you customized your installation, kernel specifically. So, I cant answer for sure. Just give it a try
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    Quote Originally Posted by valemon View Post
    You may don't have to reinstall. It depends on the distro's automatic hardware detection and configuration and on how much you customized your installation, kernel specifically. So, I cant answer for sure. Just give it a try
    Yep, you were right, it worked perfectly! Thanks.
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