I Wonder How Can I Transfer Windows XP to a New Computer?

I just bought a new PC and want to use the same Windows XP as my old computer. How can I transfer Windows XP to a new computer? I was wonder is there a simple way can do that. Any help would be appreciated.

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Roxanne· Answered on Jul 31, 2023

If you are going through a computer replacement, reinstalling the Windows system and transferring the license key must be exhausting. I will teach you how to succeed in the transfer process on this page.

1. Transfer Windows XP

To move intact and complete the Windows OS drive, you'd better seek the help of a professional transfer tool, such as EaseUS Partition Master. As comprehensive migration software, EaseUS Partition Master enables you to transfer Windows XP with ease, even if you are a novice.

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Precondition: Extract the disk of your new PC and connect it to the old computer before migration.

Further Reading: How to Connect and Initialize SSD/HDD

Install EaseUS Partition Master and then transfer Windows XP as follows:

Step 1. Boot EaseUS Partition Master software and tap the "Disk Clone" section.

Step 2. Check "Migrate OS," select the source and target disk in the given options, and click "Next."

Step 3. It will warn you that the existing partition and data will be deleted. Click "Yes" if you don't need to save the data or already did a backup. 

Step 4. Preview your new disk's layout and customize it if you need. Then, click "Start" to transfer Windows XP.

2. Change the boot drive

Reconnect the disk to the new PC and set it as the boot drive to ensure the computer will boot from it. Here are the easy tutorial steps:

Step 1. Reboot the new PC and press F2/F12/Del/ESC to enter BIOS settings.

Step 2. Open the "Boot" window and set the computer to boot from the target disk.

Step 3. Restart the computer after saving the changes.

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