Quick OS/Hard Drive Question Tags: Hard Drives Windows XP Motherboards Seagate Storage Last response: February 16, 2010 7:15 PM in Storage Share Anonymous a b V Motherboard a b G Storage February 16, 2010 5:15:49 PM Let's say I have an 80GB Seagate Hard Drive with Windows XP on it. If I replace my motherboard with one that is better, can I use the old Hard Drive and have the OS boot and run perfectly? Thanks THW <3 More about : quick hard drive question treefrog07 a c 78 V Motherboard a b G Storage February 16, 2010 7:15:47 PM You will likely have to do a repair install of XP (see Michael Stevens here), load your new motherboard drivers, and then visit the windows update website to download and install updates. You'll need you WinXP CD and your product key. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Quick question about selling a hard drive. Forum SolvedQuick question about this DVD drive Forum SolvedI need a drive that can read cd/dvd and burn both too? I have some quick questions. Please help. Forum SolvedQuick question about transferring files to another drive Forum SolvedQuick question regarding optical drives / hard drives. Forum quick optical drive installation question Forum Hard drive failing quick question Forum SolvedQuick question: Cloning Hard Drives Forum Quick question regarding linux install on flash drive Forum Delete files on external hard drive affect SSD? Quick Question. Forum Quick Blu Ray drive question Forum Quick USB/ Drive question Forum Installing IDE hard drive into SATA system - quick question Forum Quick Question About Western Digital Bare Drive Forum 2nd Sata Drive quick format question Forum Quick Hard Drive Question Forum Quick question about Hard Drives. Forum Quick question about reusing hard drives Forum SolvedQuick fan question.... Forum SolvedQuick question about upgrading an AMD CPU Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !