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Old 02-27-2006, 02:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just recently got a new computer. I'd like to use a drive mirroring program to mirror my old drive to the one on the new computer in order to keep all of my installed programs/music/data/etc... I'm hoping that windows will detect all new hardware at boot and install the proper drivers for them. Will this happen? Will it be a nightmare? Also, how would windows handle registration/activation for the new computer?

Oh, it's windows xp home btw.
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You can "ghost" your drive, using Symantec Ghost, but putting it in your new computer and booting off it would be impossible.
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