I have 8 drives already, I think. Mostly HDDs I removed in my quest to silence my PC. I got so picky that the minor noise of a HDD was the last audible noise in my PC, so I bought a couple of SSDs and kept a HDD in only for odd bulky things I rarely use and overspill for older games where the drive speed was irrelevant. I only remembered I had 3 drives installed a few days ago - an SSD had been sitting in my PC completely empty for well over a year until I decided to split my Steam library and remembered the drive was there I might buy another SSD - I notice they're a lot cheaper than they were a couple of years ago. The easiest path to Win 10 for me would be to buy a key from MS and do an upgrade installation after a drive image. The issue isn't how easy it is or isn't. It's that I don't want Win 10. At any price. Even if MS paid me. Which they should, like all makers of spyware. Dual boot wouldn't suit me. If I am going to split my hardware off into a Win10 games console PC and something else, I'll build a low-powered silent box and run Linux on it for everything other than gaming. The faff then would be a switch for the keyboard, mouse and display. Also...what are you buying when you buy Outer Worlds from Windows Store? A key to use with Epic? Or is it completely seperate from Epic? I found out later what the problem was. I'd looked at a page showing codes for this time last year Silly me. I've bookmarked NukaCrypt's codes page now, which seems to be up to date. Where do you get the up to date codes from? As I said, "it's not difficult, just extremely tedious". The robots are a minor distraction for me, nothing more. The time is in me getting lost, looking around for this room and that room and multiple sections of the mainframe and a tinkerer's bench and waiting while the robots very slowly amble to their stations with the bloody annoying alarm sounding all the while.