Will My Hard Drive work on a new mobo? Tags: Hard Drives Motherboards Storage Last response: January 21, 2012 10:16 PM in Storage Share Anonymous January 21, 2012 9:03:13 PM I am buying a Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3 Motherboard and an AMD FX 6100 CPU and I need to know if the hard drive from my old computer will work. It is an SATA 160 GB with Windows XP Professional 64 bit installed. More about : hard drive work mobo rolli59 a c 1112 V Motherboard a c 262 G Storage January 21, 2012 10:16:57 PM It should work fine. If you want to use your win install you will at minimum have to do repair install. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedNeed a new hard-drive, will this work? Forum SolvedWill my Hard Drive and Ram work on my new Motherboard? Forum SolvedCan't start old hard-drive on new mobo Forum Solvedwant to get new hard drive for 680i mobo Forum Solvednew mobo and cpu can i use old hard drive? Forum SolvedSo, I'm planning to move my hard drive to a new mobo Forum SolvedWill my old hard drive transfer well w/ new mobo and CPU? Forum SolvedAcer Recovery Disks don't work on M3470G with new hard drive Forum SolvedQuestion on using an existing hard drive with a new (different) mobo. Forum SolvedNew mobo, Hard Drive not detected?? Forum SolvedOld Asus laptop...new ESATA external hard drive will they work Forum SolvedNew Hard Drive, How Get to Work Forum SolvedAny way to manually install new mobo drivers to hard drive? Forum New mobo, can't see additional hard drive Forum Properly cleaning a hard drive in prep for a new MoBo/System? Forum Will a reformatted hard drive with windows 7 work with a new gigabyte motherboard? Forum SolvedWill a hard drive working on a old machine will work on new machine Forum Upgading to a windows 7 and want to use my Hitachi xl2000 hard drive. Will it work with windows 7? Will I have to get new driv Forum SolvedHow to Get Old Hard Drives to Work on a New PC Forum new motherboard - hard drive wont spin - not detected in bios but is when plugged into old mobo Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !