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No. You cannot just take you HDD out of your old computer and put it in your new computer.
Sorry you don't like Vista. I have Ultimate 64 and love it. XP isn't a pimple on Vista's butt IMHO, it just takes some getting used to. Kind of like XP was different from Win98 as Win98 was different from Win 95, which was different from WIn 3.1....... ect.
Your instructions for your nVidia GeForce GT120 say you can't use dual monitors in Vista? Who made it? According to nVidia it does. Read this page from nVidia. Have you even tried? Have you downloaded current drivers?
EDIT: Hmmmmm you said you wanted to run two SEPARATE pages at the same time and the page i linked doesn't say that specifically. Seems odd that it wouldn't however as that isn't exactly an uncommon feature. If it doesn't it is because nVidia has dropped the ball on writing drivers, not because Vista sucks. I will grant you however that there are a few third party hardware manufacturers that refuse to write Vista (especially Vista 64) drivers so that you have to buy new stuff. Creative Labs LEAPS quickly to mind, but nVidia has been quick to embrace Vista.
Make sure you get rid of that Norton as quickly as you can. it's another one that refuses to run with Vista64.
EDIT: See if this helps.
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