Can I install Windows 10 on one laptop and then put the hard drive in another?

The essence of the problem, there is notebook Asus k70io
Intel Pentium T4200
4gb RAM
I wanted to revive the old install SSD.
The problem is that for some reason Windows installation may take ~20 hours
post the paragraph where you select local drive for installation, there is a point to copy files, and then preparing files for installation, so at that point, and hangs tightly, in terms of the fact that 1% can be prepared in about 20 minutes, maybe longer.

Tried and stick to change, and different file systems to format the flash drive and disc, in all cases, the problem is the same. While SSD have nothing to do with because the standard HDD has the same problem.

And notebook Lenovo z500
Core i3 dual core
6 gb RAM

So, what is the probability of a successful download of Windows if I install on Lenovo, and then the SSD will be moved to Asus?
June 26th 19 at 14:07
5 answers
June 26th 19 at 14:09
Solution
In General the situation is, managed to put Windows in this way, but the SSD for some reason is working even slower than HDD. Gave up on the idea to animate this old man, it is easier to give to a chop shop.
June 26th 19 at 14:11
Before Windows boots up, both computers should be the same hard disk controller. If they are different, Windows will not boot. BUT it can be circumvented. After installation on another computer you need to go to device Manager and delete the controller under IDE ATA\ATAPI controllers. Also in the registry you need to edit a few branches. Specifically on request "replace motherboard without reinstalling Windows ".
Then shut down the computer and move the disk on the first laptop. It is loaded with standard controller and will need to supply the driver for that controller in the laptop.
At what point does the installation of the controller? Before the first boot of the system?
Once the problem is only in the preparation of the files can reach up to a certain stage, and then move it to the Asus? - beryl60 commented on June 26th 19 at 14:14
: Driver installation occurs before the first boot. After copying the files to the disk asks to reboot and after the reboot configures Windows. If the database has the driver for this controller. then Windows will install them, if not, leave "standard controller". In principle, the proposed version looks workable, but I never tried. - ned commented on June 26th 19 at 14:17
Win10 on a normal laptop or PC is 20 minutes or less. Transferred to another laptop for another 5 min. Try it, nothing will burn.
If that doesn't work, then ask questions.
Installed on one motherboard Win7 and 10 "run on other motherboards is much better than XP. - Camron_To commented on June 26th 19 at 14:20
June 26th 19 at 14:13
Before removing the drive in device Manager to remove the device: the actual hard disk sata channels.

Download to your new laptop will be long, because you will be installing the driver the hard drive.
June 26th 19 at 14:15
It is possible, he did so.
It was moved from AMD/AMD to Intel/Nvidia.
On standard driver - can. If you managed to install the AHCI driver from the manufacturer of the chipset - will get problems. - beryl60 commented on June 26th 19 at 14:18
: I had installed a full set of drivers for the old laptop. - ned commented on June 26th 19 at 14:21
June 26th 19 at 14:17
I tried to do a flash drive installation of the original program?

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