There are several unknown difficulties.
I would: eliminate USB boot:
remove the hard disk, attach to another testing machine
run winnt32.exe from a stock Win2000 SP4 CD and apply files to partition 39,9 GB
set EnableBigLBA at setupreg.hiv
attach hard disk to netbook
configure BIOS to IDE emulation
boot from hard disk
What's "classic" Eurodance songs?
The "classic" Eurodance songs are, for example, "Dance if you cannot" of Daisy Dee, "What is love" of Haddaway and "Memories" of Netzwerk. The classic style remains about the same from 1992 to 1997
@Agorima - you are doing this ALL WRONG!!!! You MUST get the OLD (from OLD computer) Win2000 C-Drive copied INTACT (and COMPLETE) from it TO the D-Drive of your "Test Computer", then use something like PTEDIT32 to SWITCH Boot Indicator of Partition-1 (C-Drive) from "x80" to "x00" and of Partition-2 (D-Drive) from "x00" to "x80" THEN change the Parition Type of Partition-1 (C-Drive) to the SAME TYPE except HIDDEN! This will allow the "Copied" to THINK it's the C-Drive (it won't "see" the REAL C-Drive). HAVE PTEDIT32 on BOTH HDD'S - OR get the DOS version (PTEDIT) and put it on a MINIMAL BOOTABLE DOS FLOPPY and flip-flop from DOS.
The PTEDIT programs are found here.
Good Glory, guys, I've been through this "moving an OS to a different HDD/Partition" many times. Win9x will ALWAYS believe (no matter WHAT Partition) it's on a C-Drive as long as that partition is the Active one ("x80"). NO NT-type OS can be "moved" to a DIFFERENT Partition and expect it to Boot like it used to. AND the x7B "bomb" is almost ALWAYS because of ChipSets and/or Drivers (maybe the HAL? Can't remember...). The ONLY way to "beat" it CLEANLY is to "Reinstall/Upgrade" over top of the old one (to retain other Software and Settings)!
I'm sorry. It was my fault. I hope that your suggestions are useful for me.