This is a bit hard to explain.
A friends motherboard died, so we installed a new one.
We connected up the original hard drive with XP and data files on it. It works OK.
But we do not think we are getting the best performance from the new motherboard.
We think it is due to the fact that XP on the hard drive still thinks it is working on the old motherboard. (There is always lots of CPU activity)
Could this be true ?
If so would running the XP repair option fix the problem in that hopefully it would recognise the new motherboard and configure itself to suit the new motherboard ?
Any comments ?