Windows 10: Partition problems

  1.    06 Jun 2017 #1

    Partition problems


    On my computer I got an SSD (128Gb) and a HD (1 Tb).
    At the moment my OS (Windows 10 Pro) is installad on my HD.

    I want to migrate it to my SSD, but I don' know on which partition.
    Please see at the 2 pictures (the second is one of the software EaseUS Partition Master).
    It is in that last I want to configure my partitions.

    Can anyone tell me exactly what I have to do ?
    Is it possible to do this without loosing any data ?

    Kind regards,
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  2.    06 Jun 2017 #2

    I would make a USB flash drive or DVD of Kyhi's Recovery Tools:
    Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk - Windows 10 Forums

    Boot the computer into Kyhi's tools. You can use either AEOMI Partition Assistant or Minitool Partition Wizard on his tools to copy your Windows C: drive partition from the hard drive to the 118.7 GB space on the SSD. Obviously, you will have to resize the partition when you copy it. Then run the program Macrium Reflect from Kyhi's tools. Under the restore menu will be an option to Fix Windows boot problems. Run that utility, pick the Windows 10 that was moved to the SSD, ignore the Windows 10 on the HDD, then on the next screen, pick the SSD boot files to fix.

    Then when you reboot your computer, you will probably have to go into BIOS/UEFI and set the SSD as the first boot device to boot from.
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