Unfortunately, you're swapping motherboards, which means Windows has no idea how to handle the new one. If you've ever taken a look in the system.ini and win.ini files, you'll see a long list of drivers, although you only have a few periferals that require them. The others are the ones used by the motherboard, to tell Windows how it operates.
To put all this tech stuff in layman's terms...format and reinstall windows, it can't understand your new motherboard.. Boot to a win98 start up disk and format the drive, (remember the /s switch) then reinstall windows. That's about the only thing that will work when you change motherboards and have trouble getting it to run. Windows has no idea how to handle the vastly different set of instructions involved between the 133, which is also a proprietary Packard Bell, and the much newer 500. Not to mention that it's probably an Intel CPU in the PB, and AMD's work diferently as well.
If you had everything...Where would you put it?
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