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Once you get the replacement NUC and you have reinstalled the RAM and SSD, you shall expect to run your system without need to reinstall the software. Probably you will be requested reactivate your Windows because the mother board was changed. See the instruction how to do it: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12440/windows-10-activation (Activating Windows 10 after hardware configuration change)
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