My motherboard recently died and it is being replaced. What can I expect from WIN2k Pro when I reboot with the new M/B? I am hoping it will be the same as the one before, but in case it's not, what can I do to ensure success?
Just had to do this recently, and much to my amusement it worked without too much of a problem. The first boot up (and potentially several subsequent boots) will indicate that new hardware is found and Windows needs to reboot to complete the installation.
I have spoken with others that have done this - in some cases (primarily when the memory board technology is different)...
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there has been some performance issues. But, if you are using the same processor and memory speed, then minor chip set variations should not pose a threat to the operation of the machine.