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DCS is loading painfully slow from my spinning disk, so I plan to get an SSD, move/reinstall DCS to the SSD and enjoy (hopefully) faster loading times.


Is this a change that requires a re-activation?

Should I deactivate my license before installing the SSD?


Please advise!

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It won't require a re-activation (tested myself not long ago, when moving DCS to SSD as well).


You will love the SSD, not only because of mission loading times, but most importantly, because of eliminated stuttering during the flight.

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It will add points to your "hardware has changed" list and when you reach the limit it will deactivate all modules.


Vice versa, also deactivation has it's limits.


Carefully read the SF description and know about it is my advice.

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