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Kingston 96 GB SSD upgrade Kit unboxing

1 October 2011 141 Comments

I recently received the Kingston 96 GB SSD for review from Kingston technology this particular SSD is from the SSDNow 100V+ series from Kingston the model number is SVP100S2B/96G this is a full upgrade kit that that has everything that you need to upgrade your computer from a standard HDD to a fast SSD drive.

Show below is the video of the un-boxing for this Kingston 100V+ SSD upgrade kit and show you what all you get in the SSD kit.

I also made a video on how to migrate your data from your HDD to the new SSD basically cloning your HDD to the SSD with the supplied software on the Kingston CD that we get so that you can easily use the new SSD on your computer.

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  • geekyranjit said:

    @Manchunia88: Nice so how long have you been using this SSD.

  • geekyranjit said:

    @Manchunia88: Yep I agree once you have tasted and experienced SSD’s going back to a HDD is not at option!

    It’s a godd SSD for SATA 2 interface also considering the price also good thing about this drive is it’s inbuilt garbage collection coz then I do not have to worry about TRIM support.

  • geekyranjit said:

    @Manchunia88: Yep I agree once you have tasted and experienced SSD’s going back to a HDD is not at option!

    It’s a godd SSD for SATA 2 interface also considering the price also good thing about this drive is it’s inbuilt garbage collection coz then I do not have to worry about TRIM support.

  • Hemant Giri said:

    thats cool what the cost ranjit… can u test the drive and show real world speed like to see it…

  • geekyranjit said:

    @tomyloveu: Tom do not have the correct official pricing but for just the SSD not the kit it should be about 8 – 8.5K, I am still doing the review and testing on the drive…… initial impressions nice for a mid-range SSD with my HDD it take about 1m 4 sec to boot win 7 with this SSD it’s about 24 sec also other HDD intensive test about 3x – 3.5x performance compared to normal HDD, will make a detailed video review approx by next week.

  • Hemant Giri said:

    thats nice i wait for that…. i hope u get hand on ocz or intel one as well… it be nice to see… and yea thats the fun with ssd… from 1min to just 24sec that really cool… do try on usb 3 as well i wait to see ur real world test and thx for the videos u share…

  • geekyranjit said:

    @tomyloveu: The other SSD that have from Kingston is the HyperX it uses the SATA 3 (6 Gbit/s) interface so is about twice faster than this SSD…… its among the fastest SSD in the market like OCZ etc…… but again it would be a lot more expensive than this 96GB SSD that I unboxed in the video.

  • Hemant Giri said:

    i am seeing all ur videos…. this is the update needed most … coz everything is fast but same old hdd… we still use… this need to be changed…. now

  • Manchunia88 said:

    That’s MY SSD!

  • geekyranjit said:

    @Manchunia88: Nice so how long have you been using this SSD.

  • Manchunia88 said:

    @geekyranjit I’ve had it for 3 months, it’s fantastic. I use it in my laptop, i chose against getting a Sata 3 device because of compatibility. It is fantastic, only 89 GBP on amazon although 110 when i bought it. It’s not Revo drive but it is without doubt the greatest upgrade to a computer i have ever made. Would never turn back to a HDD for anything other than simple storage.

  • geekyranjit said:

    @Manchunia88: Yep I agree once you have tasted and experienced SSD’s going back to a HDD is not at option!It’s a godd SSD for SATA 2 interface also considering the price also good thing about this drive is it’s inbuilt garbage collection coz then I do not have to worry about TRIM support.

  • tomyloveu said:

    thats cool what the cost ranjit… can u test the drive and show real world speed like to see it…

  • Hemant Giri said:

    thats cool what the cost ranjit… can u test the drive and show real world speed like to see it…

  • geekyranjit said:

    @tomyloveu: Tom do not have the correct official pricing but for just the SSD not the kit it should be about 8 – 8.5K, I am still doing the review and testing on the drive…… initial impressions nice for a mid-range SSD with my HDD it take about 1m 4 sec to boot win 7 with this SSD it’s about 24 sec also other HDD intensive test about 3x – 3.5x performance compared to normal HDD, will make a detailed video review approx by next week.

  • tomyloveu said:

    @geekyranjit thats nice i wait for that…. i hope u get hand on ocz or intel one as well… it be nice to see… and yea thats the fun with ssd… from 1min to just 24sec that really cool… do try on usb 3 as well i wait to see ur real world test and thx for the videos u share…

  • tomyloveu said:

    thats nice i wait for that…. i hope u get hand on ocz or intel one as well… it be nice to see… and yea thats the fun with ssd… from 1min to just 24sec that really cool… do try on usb 3 as well i wait to see ur real world test and thx for the videos u share…

  • Hemant Giri said:

    thats nice i wait for that…. i hope u get hand on ocz or intel one as well… it be nice to see… and yea thats the fun with ssd… from 1min to just 24sec that really cool… do try on usb 3 as well i wait to see ur real world test and thx for the videos u share…

  • geekyranjit said:

    @tomyloveu: The other SSD that have from Kingston is the HyperX it uses the SATA 3 (6 Gbit/s) interface so is about twice faster than this SSD…… its among the fastest SSD in the market like OCZ etc…… but again it would be a lot more expensive than this 96GB SSD that I unboxed in the video.

  • tomyloveu said:

    @geekyranjit i am seeing all ur videos…. this is the update needed most … coz everything is fast but same old hdd… we still use… this need to be changed…. now

  • tomyloveu said:

    i am seeing all ur videos…. this is the update needed most … coz everything is fast but same old hdd… we still use… this need to be changed…. now

  • Hemant Giri said:

    i am seeing all ur videos…. this is the update needed most … coz everything is fast but same old hdd… we still use… this need to be changed…. now

  • pothika said:

    Hi Ranjit,Regarding the size of the source disk, I’m not sure, if I understand correctly. I personally have a 500GB hard disk, but the Windows occupies only around 40 GB. Rest goes to various Linux distributions. Do you think I can migrate data from my hard drive to SSD (that has a capacity of 96GB) using this software?

  • geekyranjit said:

    @pothika: Nope you would need to move that excess data to another HDD before using the migration software, and after you cloned it to the SSD then you can put back that data of the HDD.Also as a rule of thumb leave at-least 15% of empty space on any drive so for this 96 GB SSD after formatting it would be approx 90 GB so max capacity I would use is about 76 GB.

  • pothika said:

    @geekyranjit Okay, thanks. I understand your point now. Thanks for the clarification.

  • jags said:

    hi ranjit,
    as you said data shud be less than primary disk data.
    i have a 500 gb HDD with Partition1(100gb/ 60gb used) active win 7 os and
    partion2 (400gb/ 200gb used )

    Can i clone only my partition1 to ssd as
    60gb can fit 96gb

    -Jags

  • Ranjit (author) said:

    Jags I should have made clear that the cloning of the drive copies even your partitions, it makes a exact copy of your HDD.

    So I would suggest that move the excess data to a external portable HDD and then clone your primary HDD to the SSD, and later on you can re-attach our old HDD to the computer it would be shown as another drive letter like E: OR F: and then you can move back that excess data from your portable HDD to that HDD.

    So your primary OS and important files would be on the SSD and all our big files like videos, music, pictures can be stored on your normal HDD.

    Cheers,
    Ranjit

  • SSD vs HDD compared on Windows 7 - Tech2buzz.com said:

    [...] than traditional Hard disk (HDD) drives but how fast are they in this video I use a mid range SSD from Kingston and compare the performance of the same with a traditional 7,200 rpm HDD that we find in most [...]

  • PCstationTV said:

    Hey!How do I do it with a Corsair Force GT 120 GB? There is not disc with it.

  • geekyranjit said:

    @PCstationTV: The Software that is on the Clone disk is from Acronis you can purchase the same as a standalone software and then use it to clone the disk.

  • JaredSPeters said:

    So both hard drives should be completely installed to the PC?

  • Yash241 said:

    Should I go back in the boot menu ,after cloning, and choose the SSD as mine operating disk or does it choose this automatically?

  • geekyranjit said:

    @Yash241: I use the clone option there it will ask your the source and the target disk, the source will be your old HDD and the target will be the SSD…….. BTW all the info / help is displayed on the screen for the options you select.

  • Chargersball1 said:

    can i use the ssd to boot and use hdd to store things but the OS is on hdd

  • geekyranjit said:

    i would say install your os on the ssd and use the normal hdd for storing other things

  • geekyranjit said:

    @Chargersball1 i would say install your os on the ssd and use the normal hdd for storing other things

  • Chargersball1 said:

    what if its on the hdd already

  • Chargersball1 said:

    @geekyranjit what if its on the hdd already

  • 3684541 said:

    How would you do this with a laptop without dual hdd bays?

  • geekyranjit said:

    @3684541: The SSD I used in this video was a Kingston it was an upgrade SSD kit so they give you an external HDD bay which you can use to connect your HDD via USB port and migrate the data.

  • danszimmy07 said:

    I’m not sure I understand this response…. For instance, I buy this or any other SSD, I now have a SSD as my target disk and a currently attached 2.5″HDD still in my MBP. The external HDD bay is just a bay for when you place the smaller sized SSD inside the comp for form factor compatibility… How does one connect both types of drives so they are able to see each other in bios in order for them to clone??? Ranji, if you answer this I would like all your videos! ;)

  • danszimmy07 said:

    @geekyranjit I’m not sure I understand this response…. For instance, I buy this or any other SSD, I now have a SSD as my target disk and a currently attached 2.5″HDD still in my MBP. The external HDD bay is just a bay for when you place the smaller sized SSD inside the comp for form factor compatibility… How does one connect both types of drives so they are able to see each other in bios in order for them to clone??? Ranji, if you answer this I would like all your videos! ;)

  • Kingston SSDNow V+200 SSD’s launches in India - Tech2buzz.com said:

    [...] the new range of SSD called the SSDNow V+200 series in India, if you remember I had reviewed the Kingston SSDNow V+100 series a couple of months ago these new V+200 brings to us the goodness of SATA 3.0 (6GB/s) [...]

  • JasonEB03 said:

    What happens if your original HDD is larger than your new SSD? How do you clone your HDD then?

  • eirikoo7 said:

    Hi, i get an error message after i klikk on clone, message is , there are not enough space on the hard drive, i have a hdd on 500GB but only used space is 70GB, wich should be enough for a SSD with 120GB. Can you help me?

  • geekyranjit said:

    @eirikoo7: That’s strange I would suggest that you run a drive diagnostic software on your HDD also make sure that your recycle-bin is empty and then try.

  • eirikoo7 said:

    wich diagnostic sofware should i run? can i find a free program from the internet?

  • eirikoo7 said:

    @geekyranjit wich diagnostic sofware should i run? can i find a free program from the internet?

  • eirikoo7 said:

    the error message:Arconis True Image failed to move your data bec your new harddrive doesnt have enough free space to complete the operation. The reasons follow: 1. Some of your partitions contain errors. We recomend you reboot your operating system and correct these errors. For ex , start check disk utility if you have windows.2. Your new hard disk is much smaller than the old one.make sure you have selected the correct old harddisk . If you have chosen the “As Is” option on the previous

  • eirikoo7 said:

    the error message:Arconis True Image failed to move your data bec your new harddrive doesnt have enough free space to complete the operation. The reasons follow: 1. Some of your partitions contain errors. We recomend you reboot your operating system and correct these errors. For ex , start check disk utility if you have windows.2. Your new hard disk is much smaller than the old one.make sure you have selected the correct old harddisk . If you have chosen the “As Is” option on the previous

  • eirikoo7 said:

    the error message:Arconis True Image failed to move your data bec your new harddrive doesnt have enough free space to complete the operation. The reasons follow: 1. Some of your partitions contain errors. We recomend you reboot your operating system and correct these errors. For ex , start check disk utility if you have windows.2. Your new hard disk is much smaller than the old one.make sure you have selected the correct old harddisk . If you have chosen the “As Is” option on the previous

  • eirikoo7 said:

    Hi, i found the reason: with Arconis you can NOT clone from a bigger hardrive to a smaller on!The source harddrive must be smaller than the target hardrive if you use Arconis, but you can find a cloning software on internet, EaseUs todo backup, where it does not matter what size you have on any of your harddrive. Anyway thanks.

  • 009ijn said:

    I DONT UNDERSTAND BY CLONNING YOU MEAN TO COPY ALL DATA FROM PRIMARY HDD OR ONLY TO COPY OUR OPERATING SYSTEM TO THE NEW SSD????I HAVE 100GB IN C DRIVE AND 400GB IN D DRIVE PARTITIONS..C DRIVE IS THE OPERATING SYSTEM DRIVE.

  • 009ijn said:

    @geekyranjit I DONT UNDERSTAND BY CLONNING YOU MEAN TO COPY ALL DATA FROM PRIMARY HDD OR ONLY TO COPY OUR OPERATING SYSTEM TO THE NEW SSD????I HAVE 100GB IN C DRIVE AND 400GB IN D DRIVE PARTITIONS..C DRIVE IS THE OPERATING SYSTEM DRIVE.

  • geekyranjit said:

    @009ijn: Cloning mean it will make a exact copy from your primary source drive i.e HDD so make sure your target disk i.e SSD has enough space or you might need to delete / move some stuff from your HDD before starting the cloning process.

  • markmp3z said:

    I have a 144GB HDD And im using only 44GB out of 144GBcan i use a 97GB SSD and transfer everything

  • geekyranjit said:

    @markmp3z: Yes you can.

  • Prateek said:

    can you please upload a .iso link for the cloning cd its a humble request

  • Ranjit (author) said:

    @Prateek: Sorry cannot upload the ISO image of the disk… its the acronis u can purchase it from their website.

  • hipNOTeaser said:

    Please tell me ur thoughts on this ideal: I have a unboxed HP dv7 model 6b56nr.Wanna swap HDD for HyperX 120GB SSD.Wanna use SSD as primary for Win7 OS+apps and use HDD to run Linux Ubuntu 11.10. I hear I can optimize SSD by only booting OS+less memory intense apps+saving memory hog apps for HDD.Three Main Questions:Can I run Linux on HDD separately from Win7 on SSD and boot between the 2 easily or is this a waste of valuable space on HDD,that I may need someday to supplement SSD?

  • hipNOTeaser said:

    @geekyranjit Please tell me ur thoughts on this ideal: I have a unboxed HP dv7 model 6b56nr.Wanna swap HDD for HyperX 120GB SSD.Wanna use SSD as primary for Win7 OS+apps and use HDD to run Linux Ubuntu 11.10. I hear I can optimize SSD by only booting OS+less memory intense apps+saving memory hog apps for HDD.Three Main Questions:Can I run Linux on HDD separately from Win7 on SSD and boot between the 2 easily or is this a waste of valuable space on HDD,that I may need someday to supplement SSD?

  • hipNOTeaser said:

    By the way, the HP dv7 model 6b56nr laptop, will be used for school and medium gaming. I also use for video editing. Any thoughts? Thank you for your videos!

  • hipNOTeaser said:

    @geekyranjit By the way, the HP dv7 model 6b56nr laptop, will be used for school and medium gaming. I also use for video editing. Any thoughts? Thank you for your videos!

  • TheYassineMadness said:

    is going to be working in it full speed

  • geekyranjit said:

    Sadly no… due to disk alignement issue when you clone from HDD to SSD, to get the full speed its best to do a clean install of windows on the SSD.

  • zukoxy said:

    what if you clone your ssd to another ssd? it should be at optimum speed right?

  • TheYassineMadness said:

    Thank you So Much For answering :) because I ‘am buying an SSD Soon !

  • Yassine Madness said:

    Thank you So Much For answering :) because I ‘am buying an SSD Soon !

  • IcelandicOption said:

    my old HD is 447GB and the SSD is only 55GB. Do I have to buy a bigger drive? what should I do?

  • ElitestFps said:

    GUYS NEVER DO THIS!!! Only use an SSD as a BOOT DRIVE!! THAT’S WHAT THEY WERE MADE FOR!!!!!

  • ElitestFps said:

    GUYS NEVER DO THIS!!! Only use an SSD as a BOOT DRIVE!! THAT’S WHAT THEY WERE MADE FOR!!!!!

  • bobbytimberlake said:

    No, they weren’t “made for” use as boot drives. They’re simply a faster replacement for mechanical drives, with higher sequential transfer rates and MUCH higher I/O and seek speeds due to not having to physically move the head.

    The only reason to limit them to boot drive duty is that they’re expensive, but as prices come down, they make sense to use for as much as storage as you can afford to buy.

  • bobbytimberlake said:

    No, they weren’t “made for” use as boot drives. They’re simply a faster replacement for mechanical drives, with higher sequential transfer rates and MUCH higher I/O and seek speeds due to not having to physically move the head.The only reason to limit them to boot drive duty is that they’re expensive, but as prices come down, they make sense to use for as much as storage as you can afford to buy.

  • catzblu999 said:

    you can align prior to cloning

  • MIXKLIP said:

    I need help here please , I used acronis 2011 to backup my data and now I Wang to transfer my data to z oc’s revo ssd sli card but the problem is acronis is nog detecting the SSD ? Any help appreciated . OR if acronis has some issues with ssd cards then which backup software is compatible ? Thank you .

  • trugb24 said:

    If I just want to use the SSD as my primary and my standard drive as my secondary. How do I install windows and my main applications on the SSD. I dont want to clone the entire thing.

  • Jamessiz14 said:

    when you do a clean install of windows on to the ssd. How do you backup stuff such as games? do you put them on a thumb drive? also how would you get rid of the os on the hdd now that you have it on the ssd?

  • DudeCar Arnav said:

    So i dont have to install win 7 again after copying?? I mean will it copy the registry files?

  • JrockerForLife said:

    If your HDD Partition is aligned properly all ready it will be same performance. To check if they are hold window key press R in run box type msinfo32 then go to storage then disk under there for each partition listed in there look at PARTITION STARTING OFFSET take that # and divide it by 4096 if you get a whole number without decimals your Partitions are aligned and you can clone without any performance issues. If you get something with a decimal your not aligned. Google how to fix that. =)

  • xxxxxxxDIMAxxxxxxx said:

    wow! its a maise! thanks for dimonstration

  • Coins4Cheese said:

    Sorry for the noob questions, but you cannot clone certain parts of the hdd to the ssd? Like if I wanted to move only my OS and applications to the ssd.

  • rintobabu1996 said:

    so the space is less ryt?? if we a buy a mac we might get 128 gb ssd what we gonna do with it?? :/

  • rintobabu1996 said:

    so the space is less ryt?? if we a buy a mac we might get 128 gb ssd what we gonna do with it?? :/

  • patriciajevans84 said:

    Dofree app

  • TheGeeksftw said:

    Wait.. So you’re saying that if I were to buy a new SSD to replace my current HDD, my new SSD will have the same speed as my HDD??

  • hahha urfunny said:

    Wait.. So you’re saying that if I were to buy a new SSD to replace my current HDD, my new SSD will have the same speed as my HDD??

  • Baither said:

    Hi Geekyranjit.
    can i clone my “C partition” on my 500 gig drive ? and use “Gparted” to create a whole drive out of it with the 500 gig’s ?

  • Baither said:

    Hi Geekyranjit.can i clone my “C partition” on my 500 gig drive ? and use “Gparted” to create a whole drive out of it with the 500 gig’s ?

  • MrJackAVFC said:

    What about os license, will that be ok as well on the same computer?

  • SOAPYL96A1 said:

    are you retarded ?
    will 44gb fit on 97 dumb fuck dont deserve a ssd

  • SOAPYL96A1 said:

    are you retarded ?
    will 44gb fit on 97 dumb fuck dont deserve a ssd

  • SOAPYL96A1 said:

    are you retarded ?will 44gb fit on 97 dumb fuck dont deserve a ssd

  • destinystruth said:

    Is it possible to clone specific data onto the ssd? I only want an ssd and a few games and programs, but not all the data from my hdd since it won’t fit.

  • destinystruth said:

    Is it possible to clone specific data onto the ssd? I only want an ssd and a few games and programs, but not all the data from my hdd since it won’t fit.

  • destinystruth said:

    Is it possible to clone specific data onto the ssd? I only want an ssd and a few games and programs, but not all the data from my hdd since it won’t fit.

  • mrnachocheese said:

    So can I copy just the boot partition to the ssd? If I can do that, I’m going to just format both of my 320gb HDD’s….

  • mrnachocheese said:

    So can I copy just the boot partition to the ssd? If I can do that, I’m going to just format both of my 320gb HDD’s….

  • Rushx415 said:

    i have window 7 on my cpu but dont have the disk how can i install it to my ssd drive so it works full speed

  • Rushx415 said:

    i have window 7 on my cpu but dont have the disk how can i install it to my ssd drive so it works full speed

  • VerrucktitionV2 said:

    Hai der

  • VerrucktitionV2 said:

    Hai der

  • shimzard said:

    Hi. I have a acer revo rl70 nettop. I want to do a clean win 7 install on my new ssd from the win7 partition of my nettop. how do i do this? thank you for your time.

  • shimzard said:

    Hi. I have a acer revo rl70 nettop. I want to do a clean win 7 install on my new ssd from the win7 partition of my nettop. how do i do this? thank you for your time.

  • Srinivas Thimmaiah said:

    i have 272 GB in primary HDD. I want to transfer only system files. How do I do that?

  • MrLoooooooo said:

    i have 272 GB in primary HDD. I want to transfer only system files. How do I do that?

  • Srinivas Thimmaiah said:

    i have 272 GB in primary HDD. I want to transfer only system files. How do I do that?

  • CJFRANKS7 said:

    I know that cloning the hard drive to the ssd will lower performance, but im wondering by how much? Im thinking about getting one if my laptop runs a video editing program im going to get too slow. I intend to replace my laptop in about a year and i will give it to someone who won’t use it as intensely as me. Will it be alright?

  • CJFRANKS7 said:

    I know that cloning the hard drive to the ssd will lower performance, but im wondering by how much? Im thinking about getting one if my laptop runs a video editing program im going to get too slow. I intend to replace my laptop in about a year and i will give it to someone who won’t use it as intensely as me. Will it be alright?

  • wmw0702 said:

    But will you not have Windows activation issues if you do a clean install (cos I thought Windows is already tied up to your HDD)?

  • wmw0702 said:

    But will you not have Windows activation issues if you do a clean install (cos I thought Windows is already tied up to your HDD)?

  • Car1Sagan said:

    @geekyranjit So I presume I can do this with my Windows XP C-drive HDD, rather just a data HDD? You do very good videos. I used to build computers, 10+ years ago. Interesting to see the technology today, or you created this video a year ago. If you had one SSD to replace one of two HDDs (an OpSys/programs HDD and a Data HDD), which one would your choose to replace? Thank you.

  • Car1Sagan said:

    @geekyranjit So I presume I can do this with my Windows XP C-drive HDD, rather just a data HDD? You do very good videos. I used to build computers, 10+ years ago. Interesting to see the technology today, or you created this video a year ago. If you had one SSD to replace one of two HDDs (an OpSys/programs HDD and a Data HDD), which one would your choose to replace? Thank you.

  • gwbacamperdown said:

    good video thank you

  • TheMightyMedia said:

    is there a way to migrate ur OS from ur HDD to ur SSD using a free available software? i bought a vertex 4 and i can’t seem to find any free software to data migrate…thank Ranjit.

  • gwbacamperdown said:

    good video thank you

  • TheMightyMedia said:

    is there a way to migrate ur OS from ur HDD to ur SSD using a free available software? i bought a vertex 4 and i can’t seem to find any free software to data migrate…thank Ranjit.

  • Elhardt said:

    Watch this video on how to do that. He is using some free hard drive cloning software:
    watch?v=HFx-nJDWTg4

  • Elhardt said:

    Watch this video on how to do that. He is using some free hard drive cloning software:
    watch?v=HFx-nJDWTg4

  • Elhardt said:

    Watch this video on how to do that. He is using some free hard drive cloning software:
    watch?v=HFx-nJDWTg4

  • fallofdutee said:

    Or… follow the guide on alignment: lifehackerDOTcom/5837543/how-to-migrate-to-a-solid+state-drive-without-reinstalling-windows (Step 4)

  • fallofdutee said:

    Or… follow the guide on alignment: lifehackerDOTcom/5837543/how-to-migrate-to-a-solid+state-drive-without-reinstalling-windows (Step 4)

  • MindSeeR666 said:

    I’m gonna do this in a month with my, 256GB OCZ Octane

  • MindSeeR666 said:

    I’m gonna do this in a month with my, 256GB OCZ Octane

  • marcstevens99 said:

    Is there a way of only transferring the OS to the SSD?

  • marcstevens99 said:

    Is there a way of only transferring the OS to the SSD?

  • PunkLooees said:

    No, that is tied up to the computer, not the hard drive.

  • PunkLooees said:

    No, that is tied up to the computer, not the hard drive.

  • PunkLooees said:

    No, that is tied up to the computer, not the hard drive.

  • Rajan Bharti said:

    oh… so u mean i’ll have to buy a new Windows 7 disc and install all the programs fresh on it ?
    i have company installed Windows 7 on my laptop,
    i am going to get an SSD for it.
    i was thinking about creating recovery disc and get the OS and all the installed programs on the new SSD…

  • Rajan Bharti said:

    oh… so u mean i’ll have to buy a new Windows 7 disc and install all the programs fresh on it ?
    i have company installed Windows 7 on my laptop,
    i am going to get an SSD for it.
    i was thinking about creating recovery disc and get the OS and all the installed programs on the new SSD…

  • codelyokoblue said:

    i would like to know how i can find out how many gbs of data will be transferred over to my new ssd? and will the partition automatically adjust to the smaller 128gb ssd? thank you

  • codelyokoblue said:

    i would like to know how i can find out how many gbs of data will be transferred over to my new ssd? and will the partition automatically adjust to the smaller 128gb ssd? thank you

  • MrFatty1984 said:

    I have a 500gb hard drive and using about 250 of it but only have a 128gb ssd … whats the best way to clone? I have lots of external drives …

  • MrFatty1984 said:

    I have a 500gb hard drive and using about 250 of it but only have a 128gb ssd … whats the best way to clone? I have lots of external drives …

  • YesYou123333 said:

    Who has only 96GB on their primary hard drive? Is there a way to only clone the OS?

  • YesYou123333 said:

    Who has only 96GB on their primary hard drive? Is there a way to only clone the OS?

  • Joel R G said:

    Can a particular partition(C: Local disk) from large memory hard drive cloned to a lower memory SSD, is there any way?

  • Joel R G said:

    Can a particular partition(C: Local disk) from large memory hard drive cloned to a lower memory SSD, is there any way?

  • Shailesh More said:

    why target ssd show interface ata

  • Shailesh More said:

    why target ssd show interface ata

  • cappaculla said:

    Migratings!


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