New HD got me stumped
Installed new Western Digital HD as slave to my current hd. Using the HD's software I copied the old drive to the new one. Took old HD off. Set new one to master, cd rom to slave. So far so good. Checked bios, everything looked cozy. Detected new drive. The system stops booting right before desktop. OK Checked things in safe mode. Found old HD still in system manager. It had new HD as C, old HD as D, CD rom as D. So I removed the old HD and rebooted. Still stops booting after displaying bios info and before desktop. My old HD is on the new one, because I checked things in safe mode. Any ideas that could get me on track?
check if auto-detect is enabled otherwise your BIOS is trying to use the old configuration
not sure what you mean...The hard drive is inthe bios. or do you mean put the HD setting on auto instead of user?
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