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Please be informed that, if you change to a different motherboard (with a new computer), even if you then install on it ALL the extra parts your old system has, the new motherboard itself has a whole bunch of new devices, and does NOT have some of the old motherboard's devices. So when you try to boot up the first time, Windows loads all the drivers it has - for the OLD motherboard - and tries to run. But it has the WRONG device drivers now! What happens? Well, usually something fails. If you're lucky it sort of works, but often it does not. This is happening even if you clone the hard drive.
The best option is to install Windows on the new drive, connect the old drive as secondary drive, and ether use the old hard drive as secondary, or transfer the data to new hard drive.
However, you can try the cloning software from the link below.
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