Built myself a new computer awhile back - nothing fancy. One thing I neglected to do, however, was back up a lot of things I'd like (nothing immediately important, but still). So, rather than going back and doing it, the obvious solution is to pilfer the HDDs from the old PC (which is now gathering dust) and use them in the new box, as extra storage. Therein lies the problem. When I try to load the old HDDs, I always get the same error: "The file c:\windows\system\hal32.dll is missing or corrupted. Please reinstall this file" (or something along those lines). Now, I've set it in the BIOS to give boot priority to the main HDD. I've also set it to not attempt to boot off anything else - CDROM, nothing. But, I still get that error. System specs: Abit IC7-G P4 3.0 ghz 1gb Kingston DDR333 RAM ATI Radeon 9800 Pro Lite-ON DVD & CD-RW drives and the HDDs are: WD 1200JB for the new main one that I'm using 2 IBM 120GXPs for the old ones I'm trying to load Any ideas? Thanks!