Migrate from NVME to Samsung NVME using Orico NVME enclosure ?

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    Migrate from NVME to Samsung NVME using Orico NVME enclosure ?


    How do I migrate from my internal Toshibha NVME 512Gb on XPS 7590 to a samsung evoplus 970 1TB NVME drive, using Orico NVME enclosure ? The samsung evo plus 1TB drive installed in Orico NVME enclosure shows up as JMicron Generic SCSI Disk device . I have tried using samsung data migration tool but it didn't worked. I am using Windows 10 1909 Build 18363.
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  2. Ztruker's Avatar
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    Can't you do a straight disk clone using Macrium Reflect then use Minitool Partition Wizard to expand the new SSD to include the entire drive? That's what I did when I went from a Samsung 500 GB SSD to a Samsung 1TB SSD. Worked perfectly.
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  3. AddRAM's Avatar
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    Don`t you have a storage drive with Macrium Reflect images on it ??

    Macrium Software | Macrium Reflect Free
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    Ztruker said:
    Can't you do a straight disk clone using Macrium Reflect then use Minitool Partition Wizard to expand the new SSD to include the entire drive? That's what I did when I went from a Samsung 500 GB SSD to a Samsung 1TB SSD. Worked perfectly.
    You mean without resizing?

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    AddRAM said:
    Don`t you have a storage drive with Macrium Reflect images on it ??

    Macrium Software | Macrium Reflect Free
    You mean another drive with Macrium Reflect image?
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  5. hsehestedt's Avatar
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    @yousaf465,

    You could perform the clone operation and then resize the partition to occupy all the remaining space afterwards. I'm not certain about Macrium Reflect, but some similar products will allow you to clone and resize all in a single operation. But that detail is not important. Even if you clone the partition with exact same size initially, you always expand it afterward.

    I don't want to assume incorrectly what @AddRAM is saying, but I believe that the point is that if you are using Macrium Reflect and have images of your boot drive stored on another drive, you could restore one of those images to the new drive.

    Summary:

    With Macrium Reflect (or similar product if you feel you want to use something else), either perform a clone operation from the existing disk to the new disk, or restore an existing image to it.

    If the partition on the new drive needs to be expanded, do so now.

    Configure your system to boot from that new drive and start Windows.
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  6. AddRAM's Avatar
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    Yes, I hope you are creating images.
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    AddRAM said:
    Yes, I hope you are creating images.
    This is my first time using this software.
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  8. AddRAM's Avatar
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    OK then, it`s very simple to learn. Macrium is the best
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    AddRAM said:
    OK then, it`s very simple to learn. Macrium is the best
    this is current state after clone. Now I should expand the E drive ? Migrate from NVME to Samsung NVME using Orico NVME enclosure ?-annotation-2019-12-31-081627.png Migrate from NVME to Samsung NVME using Orico NVME enclosure ?-annotation-2019-12-31-163326.png
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  10. AddRAM's Avatar
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    E drive ???

    Do you mean Disk 2 ?

    You need to get the SSD you don`t want to use out of there, then you can do whatever you want.

    What exactly do you want to do ?

    Do you want to get rid of the Toshiba drive, or just format it and keep using it ?

    Do you want to install the Samsung into the XPS ?
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