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  1. Thread: cloning C: System Drive to SSD questions by xyz
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    Solved Thanks a lot ignatzatsonic...

    Thanks a lot ignatzatsonic for all the help you have given


    I will mark this thread as closed now. Thanks to everyone.
  2. Thread: cloning C: System Drive to SSD questions by xyz
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    Solved okay thanks cereberus

    okay thanks cereberus
  3. Thread: cloning C: System Drive to SSD questions by xyz
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    Solved Success but not quite finished

    Success! Computer is now running on the 500 GB Samsung EVO SSD. I took my time because I was busy and did not want to make a mistake by rushing.

    First cleaned up by moving things from C Drive. Got...
  4. Thread: cloning C: System Drive to SSD questions by xyz
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    Solved Thanks once again Busy cleaning up C. Down to...

    Thanks once again

    Busy cleaning up C. Down to 413 GB and shortly another 46 GB will be removed = 367 GB. I think C will be around 359/360 GB (maybe a little less?) in size on SSD.
  5. Thread: cloning C: System Drive to SSD questions by xyz
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    Solved Okay, thanks so much. I will get the old computer...

    Okay, thanks so much. I will get the old computer down from the shelve and do some practice with MR. I am just going to have to leave _ and hope _ the MR settings as they already are when installed. ...
  6. Thread: cloning C: System Drive to SSD questions by xyz
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    Solved Ah, yes = order, structure, simple (and things...

    Ah, yes = order, structure, simple (and things like that) = they are like chasing after the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow to me. Sorry! My structure and order are woven deeply inside chaos. I...
  7. Thread: cloning C: System Drive to SSD questions by xyz
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    Solved Thanks, so very much ignatzatsonic. You have...

    Thanks, so very much ignatzatsonic.

    You have given me tons of information and in a way even my Asperger’s brain can understand. I have a great deal of trouble reading=understanding abstract or...
  8. Thread: cloning C: System Drive to SSD questions by xyz
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    Solved That is an extremely informative and constructive...

    That is an extremely informative and constructive answer, which I can only offer my deepest thanks to you for. Thanks ignatzatsonic

    E is internal drive (I think the name for it is = hot swappable...
  9. Thread: cloning C: System Drive to SSD questions by xyz
    Forum: Backup and Restore
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    Solved Thanks ignatzatsonic, E has 527 GB free I...

    Thanks ignatzatsonic,

    E has 527 GB free

    I also have a completely empty 4 TB external drive (but don't know if being external is a problem?)

    I will be honest and say I have never quite...
  10. Thread: cloning C: System Drive to SSD questions by xyz
    Forum: Backup and Restore
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    Solved cloning C: System Drive to SSD questions

    I seek clarification for three groups of questions I have about cloning my C: Drive to SSD

    1) On my C: HDD (Windows 10) there was still a 60 GB Recovery Partition with the original W8. I have...
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    Solved Sorry I am very late closing this down due to...

    Sorry I am very late closing this down due to health issues. I returned new computer and still using old one. I was still too unsure about software licence issues. I might later just try to upgrade...
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    Solved great “how to” description

    Thanks ever so much NavyLCDR, great reply!

    Thanks for taking the time and effort to explain this.

    A great “how to” description.

    (sorry but being a novice I will check below that I have...
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    Solved MOST! There are probably one or two I installed...

    MOST! There are probably one or two I installed on the second drive (old computer). These I would have to see if I can download/reinstall again later.

    so would it be possible to use the backup I...
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    Solved Sorry my tipping mistake = correction = HDD is...

    Sorry my tipping mistake = correction = HDD is 2000 GB
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    Solved Okay but if they are all purchased and most/all...

    Okay but if they are all purchased and most/all registered that should not be a problem (I hope)?

    But what I was asking in my reply to your first answer was: How, when I follow your first reply...
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    Solved Okay thanks dalchina, maybe I am not yet...

    Okay thanks dalchina,

    maybe I am not yet completely at the best solution = but I have already learnt a lot = thanks a lot for that.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Okay NavyLCDR sounds really good
    ...
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    Solved I would still like to clear up something that is...

    I would still like to clear up something that is bothering me (in the sense of wondering/learning:

    If I was willing to sacrifice the new pre-installed W10 Pro (does Pro version really give more...
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    Solved Okay, thanks again dalchina so I...

    Okay, thanks again dalchina

    so I misunderstood, thanks for the clarification/correction

    The SSD already has Windows 10 Pro installed on the new computer (although not activated by me yet).
    ...
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    Solved Thanks a lot dalchina and ignatzatsonic: ...

    Thanks a lot dalchina and ignatzatsonic:

    dalchina:

    You may be able to use a program like Laplink PC Mover or Easeus PCTrans to use (an image of) the old PC as source to automatically transfer...
  20. Replies 21 Views 1,575

    Solved clarification on transferring everything to new desktop computer W10

    I know for you real computer people out there what I am trying to do is wrong, but…could you still please help in giving me some clarification.

    Situation:

    I have a new i7 8700K Desktop computer...
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    Solved Okay thanks for that clarity I am leaving it...

    Okay thanks for that clarity

    I am leaving it the way it is (and will make a backup straight away).

    I can't thank = dalchina and zbook = both of you enough for the time and effort and the great...
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    Solved 210131 DONE! perhaps a bit late to think of...

    210131

    DONE!

    perhaps a bit late to think of this, but wouldn't it have been better to have just the system in it's own partition, and the rest in another?
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    Solved Okay, thanks for BOTH replies = So I should...

    Okay, thanks for BOTH replies =

    So I should now just go ahead and do a Clean Install = and in the window shown in zbook's last post = delete everything that is showing = correct?

    (This will...
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    Solved Lenovo came with what they call = OneKey Recovery...

    Lenovo came with what they call = OneKey Recovery (OKR) = the key for this is called the Nova button. The OKR also contains all the drivers and apps from the original install.
    ...
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    Solved The first partition sounds as though it might...

    The first partition sounds as though it might also be important = something to do with Windows system (maybe something like drivers)?

    The last is = I think = the Lenovo installed recovery of the...
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