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How to restore Vista Packard Bell recovery discs to different motherboad ?

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Old May 11th 12, 07:25 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista,microsoft.public.windows.vista.general,microsoft.public.windows.vista.installation_setup
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Default How to restore Vista Packard Bell recovery discs to different motherboad ?


I've just put a new motherboard into a Packard Bell iMedia x2424 AIO,
....which has an Intel G31 chipset on it, and is probably different to the
chipset that was on the ECS mobo that was shipped/in it !
(new mobo is Asrock G31M-GS revision 2.0)

....so is there any way, or a best way, to restore the OEM Vista ....recovery
discs, without destroying the working PB/Vista windows platform that was in
it ?

i.e. would that Vista image, when it discovers that its has been stuffed
into a system box wth different motherboard, sort itself out, or collapse ?

.....any tips muchly appreciated,

regards, Richard


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