Windows 10: Switching over from RAID 0 boot to Intel 750 1.2tb
Switching over from RAID 0 boot to Intel 750 1.2tb
Currently running windows 10 pro x64 on two 250gb Samsung 850 pros and just installed my 750 a couple days ago and op checks fine for now.
I downloaded the windows 10 OS from Microsoft onto a USB and ready to wipe and install in UEFI
My only question is, if i back up my C drive and restore to the 750..would there be any conflicts by chance with my currently installed windows ten and the one i downloaded once im up and running again?
Hi everyone, i have one headache of a problem which im hoping someone can help me out with. also sorry if this is in the wrong category.
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