ken_cinder Posted September 16, 2013 Share Posted September 16, 2013 Are you just dropping the drive from your old PC, into the new one? It's very unlikely to work(boot or run if it does) properly unless the chipsets are the same(And they most certainly are NOT).When you used to do this with older versions of Windows, it would either spaz out or go through the process of requiring new drivers and often run like ass after anyway.With the newest Windows versions, the bootloader doesn't even work the same way, and even if you got it to boot it would deactivate itself and possibly exhibit some issues. You will have to reinstall Windows if this is the case, no way around it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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