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Turns out it wasn't all roses though. The older hardware I had to move the drive to ended up not having video drivers for Windows 7. Ugh. And whatever Paragon did to make it bootable also caused Windows to need to re-activate. Maybe that was just due to the significant hardware changes though? BB
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