Try the old method of install the OS proper then installing your applications and finally your files from backup?
Changing an existing Windows installation from motherboard to motherboard is not a sure thing. Why not do this proper?
Ok here goes. I have tried everything thing I know from True Image to new mobo, PSU, RAM, CPU etc. Even got a new SATA HDD to image over and it didn't work either. Originally I had a Epox 8KTA3+ motherboard with RAID 1 and 2 80 GB Western Digitals. They are working fine, I can access them through a USB on 2.0 but need them to boot up on the new mobo if possible so I don't have to migrate to Vista just yet. My new mobo is a Gigabyte GA-MA7GM-S2H. It has RAID on board with SATA too but not working right with these old HDD's. Any suggestions would be apprecaited.