I know Windows XP has stuff that checks your hardware configuration continuously. I want to transfer all the data from one drive (including XP) onto another and boot from the new drive. Will Windows XP have a problem with this? Also, is there a way thats better to do this other than manually transferring the contents over (or is there a problem with doing it that way in the first place?)?
1) since your system was built "a while ago", I'll bet there is no great speed boost in switching to an older SATA controller. Further, you may have fits with some BIOS'es even getting it to boot SATA,
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