Vista will not start after replacing card mother HP machine

* original title - new motherboard (gigabyte) replace dead on (asus) and vista don't launch *.

What should I do to continue using my original copy of windows vista on my hard drive. Or am I intended to buy a new copy?

I had a hp built machine with vista as os. the motherboard went bad, so I replaced it. Now I can not get Windows to start. All the hardware seems to work fine, bios is fine.

The configuration is now:

original Board was asus

New Board of Directors is gigabyte

same disk sata hard with vista os top

same Pentium dual core cpu

new graphics card

What should I do to continue using my original copy of windows vista on my hard drive. Or am I intended to buy a new copy?

I had a hp built machine with vista as os. the motherboard went bad, so I replaced it. Now I can not get Windows to start. All the hardware seems to work fine, bios is fine.

The configuration is now:

original Board was asus

New Board of Directors is gigabyte

same disk sata hard with vista os top

same Pentium dual core cpu

new graphics card

Hey fzsq5s

you have also an activation problem because your hp vista oem license is bound to the original material that it came installed

read the information about the oem and sales license in detail below

If your computer is pre-installed with vista, it is classified as an oem license and it is related to the material that it is 1 installed on

as in the foregoing any case at level or the replacement of the motherboard will be done in collaboration with the manufacturer of the computer in your case hp

If he had a retail license you might have upgraded or replace your motherboard you

but you then have to reinstall vista as the old drivers of the motherboard would be still installed

I hope that the foregoing explains things

Walter, the time zone traveller

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