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Normally Windows XP will not boot if you switch out motherboards, not unless it has the exact same chips as the old one.
If you have your Windows XP install cd, you can try a repair install.
When the installer asks you if you want to do a new install, or run the repair console, hit new install. It will search for your old windows install and ask if you want to repair it.
Doing so will leave your applications and user accounts on your computer, and reinstall only Windows system files. It may ask you to put in your key code.
Posted on May 10, 2008
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