Posted 27 September 2006 - 03:30 PM
I think that Windows does this sometimes. It's sorta like it finds other boot sectors and tries to use them.
In other words, your system is booting off of the old XPHome drive before it switches to the new XPPro drive.
This should not happen if you install XPPro without the old drive in the system. I'd suggest that you physically remove the old drive, and then either repair the MBR/Boot files in Recovery Console - or do another clean install to the new drive when it's the only one in the system.
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