If that old HDD doesn't have any hardware errors (only you can check that) it should be fine, but only - of course - if you did a clean reinstall of Windows on this new PC. Did you do that? Unless you happen to have a retail disc, you have to buy a new license, I'm afraid. If you don't want to spend more money, try Linux in stead of Windows. Linux is free.
Hey guys, maybe someone can help me.
So I recently bought new pc parts, assembled them and got it working without a problem. But after a few days of using it it started acting up. When booting it shut down after a few seconds and then trying again it booted up perfectly. But now after a month, it still does this only now it can't start windows after trying again, it throws me into system restore and whatnot. Note that this pc has never beeped whilst booting, is it supposed to?
MSI H110M-A PRO M2
MSI Gaming X GTX 1060 6gb
8gb Corsair RAM
The only thing is I didn't want to spend more money on this so I put in my old HDD which is 6 years old, could that be a bottleneck somehow?
Really hoping someone can point me in the right direction.