|Did this by chance say CMOS Checksum Bad Error? You need to go into the BIOS and reset the BIOS settings and save them. This will then recalculate a new checksum. Just resetting the jumpers and removing the battery will not recalculate a new checksum|
Nevertheless, what Grasshopper says about install in Windows 7 on one computer and running it on another still applies. .
You seem to have a combination of errors and the Checksum Error and OS error are just two of them. Get the Checksum Error sorted first then get the OS sorted by reinstalling it on the computer is going to run on. There may be others once you install the OS the correct way.