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No booting Hi, i have asus p4s800 mx,windows xp professional service pack 2 and hard drive 80gb western digital, computer was working fine but now there is no display. I have another system hp d530 cmt,windows xp professiona service pack 2 with 40 gb hard drive(working fine) .i want to use my 80gb hdd from my asus p4s800 mx to other system hp d530 cmt, but when i took 40gb hdd out from hp d530 cmt and replaced with my 80gb hdd from asus p4s800 mx, computer did not boot, it goes to post and then monitor screen grey with blinking cursar. jumper setting on 80gb hdd were 'cable select'. i tried the jumper settings to master but still the same problem, computer goes to screen showing boot keys and set up keys and then monitor screen goes grey and blinking cursar. Please help so i can boot from my 80 gb hdd. i appreciate your very busy time.

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The problem is Operating systems are co-dependent on hardware.
If the motherboards, processors, ram, video adapters, etc don't match you would not be able to swap hard drives and expect to boot.

You could try pressing F8 on boot and try to access safemode.

If it does boot into safemode immediately it will want to reactivate windows.(because of all the hardware changes.

If it still can't boot, you may want to put the 80 gig in as slave to the 40gig and ghost the 40 gg hard drive over to the 80.

If you don't want to lose your data on the 80 gig then reboot with an xppro cd and reinstall windows in the same partition overlaying the installation on top of existing windows directory.

the new windows will have to be activated but all data will still be there.

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I have read through your comments and it looks like your Operating System (OS) is corrupted.

You can use that XP installation CD Service Pack 1 to install a new copy of Windows XP, then later upgrade to service pack 2 or 3 depending on your choice.

How ever, the errors that have been developed in your OS could simply be fixed by upgrading your service pack, to service pack 3.
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