Jun 14, 2011 #9 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,246 +235 wydnej, you could take that drive and install it as a second hard drive to save any data, if there It's cumbersome at best. The hardest part is you have to get it to boot to the desktop before the Repair can be done. Only windows is not working anymore what you like to do about that??? my review here
The external drive enclosure that you get must match the drive: SATA or IDE. Apologies for noobish question, I reach the limit of my tech knowledge as soon as we go further than replacing RAM! Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? The external enclosure that you might select needs to match the physical size of the drive that you're about to put in it.
Then reboot and reconnect LAN and you are good to go. Installing the drive in another machine It's actually a common approach used by computer geeks. after it was wiped i plugged in my flash drive and all my files were empty.
You can simply delete the files on it. 16 GB sounds more like the RAM than the disk. 16 GB hard drives were common about 15 years ago and wouldn't be For this reason, at your convenience, you may want to delete the Windows folder from the old hard drive. I don't know if that was the cheap way for the pc to set the hd as the master, but, since I had to add my old ide connector to be Clone Windows Xp To Another Computer Thank you!Submitted by Ken J. *** See below in thread for all submitted answers *** Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: 9/16/05 Moving your old hard
Business PC's typically have an all-in-one motherboard. Move Windows Xp Hard Drive To New Computer Wow. Any hardware differences will be resolved by the OS. The color coding on the wires is red, two blacks, and a yellow wire.
Please everyone give the winners and all those members who went the extra mile to fully explain in details the process of moving an old hard drive to a new computer, Windows Xp Change Motherboard Without Reinstall Takes about 15 seconds, and then you can pull the floppy out and reboot to the HDD. Now, you need to physically mount the old hard drive in the new case; hopefully, there's an empty bay, but on some cheap new machines there isn't, and you'll have to They mesh quite nicely 90% of the time.
Only question I have is, my old dear bought her pc from HP, they stuck the old Windows 7 sticker on the side, but no sign of a Windows 7 dvd, Detailed instructionswould be appreciated. Swapping Hard Drives From One Computer To Another is this correct? Swapping Hard Drives Between Computers Proffitt Forum moderator / February 17, 2016 1:30 PM PST In reply to: Hello Folk may not notice and it's difficult to answer here.
Your old Vista drive would have a hard time booting up because it would find that the hardware on the new computer is different. this page Notenboom has been playing with computers since he was required to take a programming class in 1976. The exception would be if the new hard drive died; at which point on start-up the BIOS would continue to look for a bootable device, find the old drive, and try I would like to removethe hard drive from the old system and install it into my newcomputer. How To Copy Windows Xp From One Computer To Another
MB breaks ? Assuming because those drivers are not installed. By size in this case, I mean the physical size of the drive. http://midsolutions.org/hard-drive/move-hard-drive-from-one-computer-to-another.html So you'll be connecting your older PATA drive to the secondary controller.
A good antivirus program running on your new computer will detect and eliminate viruses on your old hard drive automatically. Swapping Hard Drives Between Laptops I had no virus issues either. Exit Registry Editor.
Ah, let me explain.When the IDE (Independent Drive Electronics) specification was finalised about 15 years ago, it was decided that each manufacturer would handle his own drive data storage method internally, Finally, using your old hard drive gives you extra storage space for free!But before we go any further, let me speak briefly on the subject of viruses. Transferring between two pc's of the same make probably increases the chance of success. Swapping Hard Drives With Different Operating Systems However it would not be real successful, because all sorts of other parameters - like the motherboard, processor, quantity and type of memory, and about 50 billion other things - would
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - This thread is 11 years old by itsdigger / February 17, 2016 1:28 PM PST In reply to: Hello Why bury your question Both times because of a different CPU and revision of the motherboard (first gen Core-i5, 2nd gen Core-i5). The more we discuss the more we learn--it?s all up to you as a community to contribute.Thanks again everyone!-Lee KooCNET CommunityQuestion:Hi, I have purchased a new computer. And, if the other PC will not boot from the transfered hard drive there is little you can do with a Windows 7 install as you have to get to the
I'll admit it - that's not for everyone.