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  1. Posts : 54
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #21

    Welcome...

    Thanks for all advice. My new SSD(480 GB) will be delivered tomorrow evening from Amazon...
    Yes I have ODD(DVD), but its my wife laptop, then she don't need so big space to keep data(but it's a very good idea).. I will make a one partition (200 GB for system and the rest for data).....

    Regards

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    Ps. I'm just worry how to download a new system(by MediaCreationToll) if my system ia out of service...
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  2. Posts : 4,081
    Windows 7 HP 64 - Windows 10 Pro - Lubuntu
       #22

    On another computer download and create a USB flash installation disk.

    You don't need more than 80G for Windows and programs and use 400G for data.
    During Win 10 installation move the C:/Users (80G) to D:/Users (400G). Use Kari tutorial
    Moving the users folder to another disk / partition allows you to format and do a clean install on the system partition without loosing your data.

    Edit:
    You should create the data partition during first steps using the installation disk.
    Delete all partitions till you have one and only one unallocated partition.
    Select "NEW" and create the fist partition (80G). The remaining unallocated partition (400G) will be for data.
    Select to install on the 80G partition

    If the laptop has 4G of memory or less, I recommend to install Win 7 32bits. Will run better than 64 bits.
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  3. Posts : 54
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #23

    Welcome..
    @Megahertz... thanks for advice....

    I usually install a new system this way. that I create a clean C partition (on which system folders self-create) and a clean D partition on which I collect all of my data.
    To this new installation, which I will be performing in a few days (I have eye surgery tomorrow, so I will not be able to do it), I allready made a copy of all my data, on another external disk, and after finishing I will copying them back to a clean D partition. Therefore, I do not have to create a Relocated folder ...
    I create the system in NTFS formation. I hope that on SSD, there is also an option for this kind of format ...
    I tried to read this manual that you attached to your post, but it is very professional and incomprehensible to me ... pity you live so far away from me ...

    I downloaded a copy of the new Windows 10 using MediaCreationTool from my laptop with this broken HDD. It lasted 5 hours but was finally able to save to USB.
    Is it good that I downloaded this copy from a broken computer .. ?? I wanted the system to be activated from the previous key after installation ...

    Regards

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    PS. I have 8 GB memory and I will install Windows 10 Home Edition 64
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  4. Posts : 4,081
    Windows 7 HP 64 - Windows 10 Pro - Lubuntu
       #24

    Munder said:
    Welcome..
    I downloaded a copy of the new Windows 10 using MediaCreationTool from my laptop with this broken HDD. It lasted 5 hours but was finally able to save to USB.
    Is it good that I downloaded this copy from a broken computer .. ?? I wanted the system to be activated from the previous key after installation ...
    Did you downloaded directly to the USB drive?
    You should have used another computer to download the files.

    As already said, it will activate without using any key.
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    Mac OS Catalina
       #25

    Do you have any USB devices plugged in? Start working from nothing connected, bios settings, startup items, Possible Clean install. The other is to clear Pagefile, turn off Hibernate if off. Replacing with a SSD on a laptop does not make it prone to data loss as a platter deive can have happen.
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  6. Posts : 54
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #26

    Megahertz said:
    Did you downloaded directly to the USB drive?
    You should have used another computer to download the files.

    As already said, it will activate without using any key.

    ...yes I used MediaCreatorTool with USB into a port. I did it in my broken laptop.....
    Info after copy OS, showed that everything was OK and USB is ready to install a new OS.....

    Tell me once again. If I make a new OS copy from another computer (ex. HP), can I install it on my broken laptop(Samsung) with a new SSD and the Windows 10 will activate without problem..? ?

    Once I install OS on my third laptop ACER, but copy of clear system I took from torrent. It was not activate, then now I have to do it every 180 days by KMSauto...

    Regards
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  7. Posts : 4,081
    Windows 7 HP 64 - Windows 10 Pro - Lubuntu
       #27

    Munder said:
    Tell me once again. If I make a new OS copy from another computer (ex. HP), can I install it on my broken laptop(Samsung) with a new SSD and the Windows 10 will activate without problem..? ?

    Yes, it can be done but every computer has its own drivers. Samsung is different then a HP. You will loose more time trying
    to make it working than a if you do a clean install. Do it right to do it once. Do a clean install.

    Once I install OS on my third laptop ACER, but copy of clear system I took from torrent. It was not activate, then now I have to do it every 180 days by KMSauto...

    If your ACER came with win 7 or win 8, you can do a clean install on it. Use the key that came with it.
    Regards
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  8. Posts : 54
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #28

    Welcome...

    I changed HDD na SSD. I pit into a port my USB with a copy of Windows 10 from the same laptop...
    After opening laptop I could see this screens(see attachment)
    Samsung can see a new SSD and DVD drive, but not see my USB flash...
    What I should change in BIOS to have chance install my Windows..???


    Regards

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    PS. Maybe I can't see USB because MediaCreationTools aren't croate boot USB..? ?

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    .....
    No, I checked this USB on my second laptop...USB is bootable..! !
    Now I change again from SSD to HDD in my Samsung and try to download ISO file (copy of Windows), then I will burn DVD .
    In BIOS I can see two options - first SSD and second from CD rom...
    If laptop not see USB, mayby from DVD will be ok...
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  9. Posts : 4,081
    Windows 7 HP 64 - Windows 10 Pro - Lubuntu
       #29

    There should be an option to boot from USB drive.
    What is under APP Menu - setup?
    Try to set UEFI Boot Support (last screen).

    You said you have 8G of memory, but there is only one 4G stick. Where is the other?
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  10. Posts : 54
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #30

    Under APP Menu is all screens, which I attached...
    I did :Enable" in UEFI Boot support, and still same... USB not unseen...

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    I tryed, to make ISO file, but after 4th hour, I got info about error... I am getting give up...
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