I am trying to install a known good copy (image) of my hard drive to my Dell
5100. The backup was made on a Packard Bell machine and I've installed it to
that machine a few times in the past. I use True Image to do the job, but
for some reason when I copy the partition to the Dell's drive then reboot, I
get a message saying I have a corrupt installation. Original backup was made
using an IDE drive, and the Dell has a SATA drive. The installation has Win
XP Pro btw. I thought it should work and all I'd have to do is update the
drivers as that would need to be done anyway. Can anyone suggest what the
problem might be?
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