Windows 10: Clear Old SSD Files?

  1.    01 Jun 2017 #1

    Clear Old SSD Files?


    so i upgrade to a 250ssd samsung from my old 120gb kingston, how to clear the old 120gb kingston files? i dont have another sata but i have a Orico Enclosure
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  2.    01 Jun 2017 #2

    Oxlzlope said: View Post
    so i upgrade to a 250ssd samsung from my old 120gb kingston, how to clear the old 120gb kingston files? i dont have another sata but i have a Orico Enclosure
    Is that "Orico Enclosure" an USB adapter ? If it is, connect to your computer, go to Disk Management and delete all partitions, make new one and format to NTFS.
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  3.    01 Jun 2017 #3

    CountMike said: View Post
    Is that "Orico Enclosure" an USB adapter ? If it is, connect to your computer, go to Disk Management and delete all partitions, make new one and format to NTFS.
    yes its a sata enclosure to USB
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  4.    02 Jun 2017 #4

    If you don't delete the partition, ensure you don't have a residual active partition on the now spare 120GB drive since this can confuse your PC when booting if the drive is connected. I use Minitool Partition Wizard to do this.
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