It's hard to tell, but since you only changed your drive there is not much room for error. This may be a special case, but usually most applications will check your motherboard for changes, not the storage drives.
There is no way to confirm this on closed source software, unless you are getting an error code or you ask the developer.
Maybe try this before doing something shady: http://kb321979.loadmicro.org/realfl...ror-21051.html
Edit: given the solution seems to be running the Windows Repair Tool, it may be the case that something went wrong when cloning the drives.