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marcsozzie

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I am inprocess of self building a pc system, the question i have is will a new motherboard---gigabyte tryton k7 with amd chipset recognise and load windows xp on my old hard drive ?
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hi
welcome to geekstogo
can you tell us more about the old hard drive?
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it is a samsung 4002h ..currently it is/was part of pc world advent 3000 serries.
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Shouldn't be any problem. Be sure to update your motherboard's chipset driver when finished installing. This can usually be found at the mfg's website (Gigabyte: http://tw.giga-byte.com/Default.htm), or directly from the chipset mfg (VIA: http://www.viaarena.com/?PageID=300)
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