Booting a system hard drive and putting it into another computer requires a reinstallation of the bootable operating system on the drive, as Windows is tied to the computer’s old hardware configuration. This re-synchronizes Windows to the configuration of the new computer hardware drive, allowing you to once again boot the computer from the drive, no problem. Things You’ll Need
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Put the Windows disk in your computer. Restart the PC.
Press any key when prompted to launch the installation screen.
Select your language, keyboard and currency options. Click “Install Now”, “Get Important Updates”, enter your product key and click “Accept” for the license terms.
Click a “custom install”. Click on the drive you want to start from and click “Next” to reinstall Windows to the drive, resyncing it with the hardware on the new computer.
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