Windows XP Won't Load
Because of space problems on my old hard drive, I decided it was time for a larger one. I formatted the new drive and created 2 partitions. On the 1st partition (which I use for my business), I decided to do a clean install of Windows XP and re-installed my business software. On the 2nd partition, I used Norton Ghost 9.0 to copy my personal drive (OS and already installed software) to the new, clean partition. The transfer went well, without any errors.
I rebooted to the 1st partition; everything was good. I went into the boot.ini file to add the 2nd partition as part of a multi-boot system; then rebooted.
On the OS Choice Menu, I chose the 2nd partition.
I got the Windows XP loading screen, then the black screen with the mouse-pointer, then the small Windows XP startup screen. I did not get the "Windows is starting up" phrase, though. My system freezes and goes no further.
I kept rebooting, choosing Safe Mode, and Last Configuration That Worked, and I get the same result.
What am I missing?
Btw, I don't think I have to use Partition Magic's DriveMapper 'cause the drive letter on the new drive is the same as the old drive. None of the drive paths have changed.