K Kahseekeh New member Joined Mar 24, 2020 Posts 1 Mar 25, 2020 #1 I'm just a guy trying to find a new home for an old machine that I picked up for $39.99 in a thrift store a few days ago. The hardware seems to work terrifically. The only drawback is that you must use someone else's Windows 10 data and programs from 2016 on a Dell Inspiron 530s. No matter what I do, the processor will only load the OS from the original drive. The OS will not load from the other larger drive that I installed because it only recognizes the original configuration, and it refuses to acknowledge the existence of the new drive, even if I go back to Windows 10. No F2 key function working, no F12 function working when loading after Post testing, the machine monitor goes black, while you have one blue hard disk drive accessing light and then that too goes out. Then it just sits there, alone, patient, waiting for the next command to free it from its endless black monitor. So now I have to figure how to get around this problem. Do I do a clean install of WinXP? Do I reformat the sata drive with an ide adapter and reload XP after I reformat the drive?