Windows 10: Install Win 10 Pro on new 250 GB SSD
Install Win 10 Pro on new 250 GB SSD
Want install Win 10 Pro on new 250 GB SSD drive. Already have Win 10 Pro installed and working on a 500 GB drive. Have bootable Win 10 on usb created with the windows tool. Now for the questions
1. I will disconnect all drives except for the new SSD, and try the install on it. If all goes to hell, by just reconnecting the original Win 10 drive will I be good to start over?
2. OneDrive, I have about 70 gb of data there, I do not want to download all this to my PC. I Have OneDrive backed up to an external drive would it be a simple matter of copying this to the new OneDrive on SSD.
Thanks for taking the time to read this. I would really appreciate you’re thoughts on the above strategy and possibly a new one.
You might want to re-partition your old drive because you will have a lot of wasted space on it.
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