I have used LoJack For laptops before. you probably have to go through with customer support at LoJack to transfer the software licence and stuff. What LoJack does is track ip-addresses and the ip-address that you registered the computer with. lets say that you transferred the software to the other laptop. it Lojack could fault it for a stolen software because 1. it reads different ip-addresses. 2. it sees a different mac address. 3. it sees a different pc model. 4. it sees a different serial number. so therefore I believe that you would probably end up getting in trouble with LoJack.