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Windows boot loop after installing cloned drive

Posted on 2007-04-02
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I cloned my IDE hard drive from my old computer to my SATA drive on my new computer. Windows now goes into a boot loop. Any ideas on how to fix this?
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Install windows on top of your old window by means of install-CD.
Not first but 2. time you are asked whether you want to repair.
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You will need sata controller driver install on new system, but first of all you will need to perform repair XP and press F6 at begin of installation to install sata controller drivers.
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