Disk management question after installing w10 to new ssd

  1.    17 Sep 2016 #1

    Disk management question after installing w10 to new ssd


    Got a new SSD and installed Windows 10 to it.


    Does this look correct? Or do i have some remnants from the old os or something because i have those system reserveds on the hdd. Or is it normal to have those. Having some performance issues with new gpu gtx 1060. Good temps on gpu and cpu.
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    Multiple systems on multiple computer
       17 Sep 2016 #2

    Disc 0 looks ok for a setup with MBR. Disc 1 seems to have remnants of an old system like Win 7. Since Disc 1 has basically nothing on it, you could delete all partitions and make one big partition of 1TB and keep your files one that one (just have to change the location of the document, music, video, picture etc folder to the second drive)
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