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|I just purchased a new computer and was wondering if it were possible to clone the drive from my old, trusty XP computer to the newer, evil Vista enabled computer? |
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From: Bay City, OR
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|If by clone you mean make an exact copy and put in the computer with the newer, different hardware - and have it all just work - probably not.|
You can try to make this work, but I don't recommend it. You'd want to use sysprep on the old hard drive before moving it, and I'm sure you'd have to reactivate XP once you did this.
Just get a new copy of XP and install it on your new PC.
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|You can use the Files and Settings Wizard to duplicate all your settings (and files) from the old computer to the new one.
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