Using Laptop hard drive sa Desktop

Discussion in 'PC Modifications' started by 2rm, Jun 11, 2012.


  1. 2rm

    2rm




    Hi bago lang po d2, tanong ko lang po kung paano paganahin ung laptop hardrive sa desktop ko. Meron kasi akong hardrive galing sa nasira kong laptop and gusto ko syang gamitin as my main drive sa desktop. Nang 1st time ko syang i-connect sa pc ko (SATA connection) nag boot naman po cya using the win vista OS from the laptop pero ng nag install na ko ng bagong windows 7 ayaw nang mag boot. Patulong naman po sayang kasi ung hardrive 500GB pa naman. Thanks
     
  2. josekym

    josekym Member




    If it booted with Vista, then it should have booted with Win7. Try re-installing the OS again from scratch (i.e. re-partition the target drive).
     
  3. athenaxds

    athenaxds Member




    try bootrec command
     
  4. 2rm

    2rm




    na try ko na ang fresh install but after copying the files from cd and reboot error na lumalabas hindi nya na ma recognized ung OS, kaya ayaw na tumuloy installation. Tried ko uli sa Vista at XP pero ganun pa rin hindi mag tuloy ang installation. Thanks
     
  5. josekym

    josekym Member




    May mga error message/s ba? By "hindi recognized ang OS", do you mean hindi kita ang NTFS file system?

    What type of adapter did you use to interface the mobile HDD to the desktop board? Maaaring kailangan niya ng additional driver for the ATAPI bridge to work.
     
  6. d'joedanger

    d'joedanger Member




    kung SATA ang hdd mo sa laptop, baka naka IDE mode sa Desktop?
     
  7. pcruztemp

    pcruztemp Member




    if you have 2 hard drives connected when you install an OS possible na 99.999999% of the OS goes on one and a small file, i don't know what but its important, goes on the other drive so when you remove the other drive it won't boot

    try mo mag install with only one hard drive then one optical drive with the DVD of the OS.


    and take note na baka mas mabagal ang laptop HDD sa 3.5 HDD. although kung walang budget pwede na
     
  8. migs

    migs Member




    check boot order in bios.
     
                                 

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