You created an image of a computer that had an installation of Windows 95/98/Me or Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista. You want to know whether you can write that image to a computer that has different hardware.
In most cases, hardware compatibility between the source and destination computers is not a problem with a Ghost image. Normally, devices that cause these problems will be those that need drivers installed. These include video cards, sound cards, modems, network interfaces, or other similar devices. If they are different on the destination computer than they are on the source computer, most versions of Windows automatically detect this difference and make the appropriate changes.
If the devices are not automatically detected by Windows and there appears to be a conflict, uninstall the conflicting devices and restart the computer. Windows should now automatically detect the appropriate hardware.