I'm upgrading the motherboard in my home theater PC from an ASRock H81M-ITX to an ASUS H87I-Plus. The H87I has more serial ports (6 vs 2) and also has a USB 3.0 header to route USB to the front of my NCASE M1. I intend to use the same CPU (Xeon E3-1231 v3 -- i7-4770 equivalent). Back in the day (circa Win 98), I could never just pop in a new motherboard without re-installing windows and have it work reliably due to the motherboard drivers. Can I do the swap without re-installing Windows 10? My reasons for not wanting to re-install the OS are two-fold: 1) I have a copy of MS Office 2016 Pro installed on the computer, and I can't use the activation code again. 2) When I install a fresh copy of Windows 10, it invariably gets stuck at some point during all of the updates (especially the big ones), and I have to jump through hoops (removing some of the updates) to get it to go forward. The new motherboard has a Win 10 license tied to it. So, will it activate and update any motherboard drivers? Thanks!