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One of the tools is the Zero Fill of the drive, and it takes a long time. In this situation I believe it checks for a match to the key code already on the HDD, not the one on the CD. _goooge_Sep 30, 2015, 2:37 AM Stealth2668 said: I know the RAM and GPU will severely bottleneck this new cpu but I don't have a choice at the moment. DogsnakeFeb 21, 2012, 2:06 AM Best bet gl. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/314048-new-mb-cpu-same-hdd-os-couple-qs.html

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gared008Feb 20, 2012, 10:26 PM I'm upgrading:Asus P5N-D to Asus Asus P8Z68-V LXIntel Q6600 to Intel i5 2500kCorsair DDR2 4GB to G-Skill DDR3 8GBHow do I prepare my HDD and such Get the answer tranzzFeb 20, 2012, 10:53 PM I upgraded from a m2n32 sli to a m4n98td and decided to try without a fresh install. It will survey the hardware present and compare that to the device drivers already installed on the HDD. On first boot found new hardware wizzard popped up.

  • solved Changing motherboard but keeping installed OS' solved Would I need a new OS if I change my motherboard, and can I keep the old OS on the old motherboard?
  • Yogi Stealth2668Nov 10, 2013, 10:32 PM I tried out the Belarc Advisor (neat program) and it listed my product keys for various programs.
  • I would recommend to update those drivers.
  • Make sure you set your HD mode in new Mobo Bios properly.
  • Windows will auto install IDE mode drivers.Raid drivers are different for different chipsets,so you need to uninstall & Reinstall the correct Raid Driver for the new Chipset in Safe mode before
  • I'm sure they'll disappear with a from-scratch cold install.

Chipset drivers will need to be uninstalled in device manager. I just had a look at the avail. Lan/Raid/CPU/USB/NIC drivers will be different for the new Mobo chipset. New Motherboard Old Hard Drive Windows 10 My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom OS W7 64 Ult CPU Intel Motherboard ASUS Memory Crucial 48MB Graphics Card EVGA NVidia Hard Drives 5 riffwraith View Public

identifys as new motherboard. But after you have Windows running, you should follow the instructions with your video card and install the real proper and up-to-date card driver and software.If you WANT to advance to I said you will need to use your original Install CD for Windows, which you don't have. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1872439/hdd-mobo-cpu.html Customization A couple questions1.

I'm a noob pc builder so IDK how this works. Adding Old Hard Drive To New Computer Ask a new question Read More Storage Hard Drives CPUs Related Resources Using a new mobo (same model/type) on an old HDD? When you're ready to Install, you MUST place the Win 8 CD in your optical drive before booting. That's next.

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I ran the CD included with the board already, but admittedly, the board came with an old rev of BIOS, which I have since updated. a fantastic read Nope. New Motherboard Old Hard Drive Windows 7 Related Resources solved Replacing CPU/RAM/Motherboard. Change Motherboard Without Reinstalling Windows 7 You made a pretty dramatic change of your gear.

The time now is 07:27 PM. Also a good fan controller for my 6 fans Many thanks :) . It will look something like the picture below. Box package parallel port performance personal computer printer processing Professional Project 4.0 protocols Quattro Rapidfile SAMNA screen speed spreadsheet standard tion Turbo Pascal Twinriter Unix users vendors warranty Word Perfect word Can I Put My Hard Drive In Another Computer

What about windows? In normal default settings...will the weekly backups (Let Windows choose)... original thread here worked for them. Is this a MB thing, or something else?

BUT I believe there's another route. Install Old Hard Drive In New Computer I am getting a new box,,MB, CPU & RAM. Can I install the new MB chipset etc drivers or do I need a system image on a new HD?

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Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. But normally this utility package will only do the job on a Seagate HDD. Somehow I doubt it, due to the change in motherboard = change in registry and such.Thanks. 16 answers Last reply May 1, 2016 More about changing motherboard install momazboyFeb 20, 2012, Do I Need To Reinstall Windows 10 With New Motherboard Thanks for advice.JohnnyS axiomfinityJun 9, 2014, 3:36 AM Trueimage backup image can make a hardware independent image vcooper15Jun 10, 2014, 2:11 AM JohnnySch said: vcooper15 said: I've been building my own

Depending on how you have your HD setup in IDE or Raid Mode is important, along with chipset drivers. solved New mobo New cpu Old hdd compatibility? Windows 7 64bit Pro to Ultimate (purely because I've lost the Pro disk). Windows 7: New MB and CPU; same HDD and OS.