Question about Samsung (MP0804H) 80 GB Hard Drive
You maybe having OS (OEM) issues.
You may be having drive space issues.
Verify that the hardware is supported by both OS on the Microsoft Campatibility site. If the controller and dirive checks ok then you will need to verify if you have at least 40 gig free space on the 80gig drive, if not, you will likely have to delete the partitions and start fresh with the XP disks. Caution: make sure that the manufacture supports the both XP and Vista on that machine and you have all the drivers you need.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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