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Re: boot volume missing

Bill Blanton
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      24th Jan 2009

"heenfreak" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote

> so my hard drive fried and i bought a new one now i cant even install my
> windows xp on it. for tests i took apart my old computer and put this
> new hard drive in there and was able to install windows xp and start up
> just fine. i then put the hard drive in my computer and it would just
> get a blue screen that say windows has shut down because of an error

From what I can interpret, you installed Windows on the "old computer",
and then moved the HD to the other computer and attempted to boot
the system with that install. It doesn't work that way. You need to install
Windows on the hardware that you will be using.

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